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BTBWBlack-Throated Blue Warbler (bird breed)
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Regular inhabitants of mature oak forests include black-throated blue warbler, scarlet tanager, and wood thrush.
He recalls a black-throated blue warbler he spotted as a boy behind a baseball diamond while searching for a lost ball.
Extrapair paternity and local synchrony in the Black-throated Blue Warbler. Auk 116:726-736.
([section]) This total includes 49 unlisted captured birds from the following species: American woodcock, American tree sparrow, black-billed cuckoo, black-throated blue warbler, blackpoll warbler, brown creeper, Carolina wren, Canada warbler, Eastern towhee, Eurasian collared-dove, great crested flycatcher, golden-crowned kinglet, hairy woodpecker, killdeer, marsh wren, olive-sided flycatcher, red-breasted nuthatch, rose-breasted grosbeak, ruby-crowned kinglet, savannah sparrow, scarlet tanager, swamp sparrow, white-breasted nuthatch, and wood thrush.
The black-throated blue warbler research has been supported by grants from the U.S.
Early in the past century seven species were found nearly every spring near Urbana but more than 40 years later they were recorded at Charleston in less than half the 23 years: Olive-sided Flycatcher, Yellow-bellied Flycatcher (5 years), Bewick's Wren (8 years and none after 1984), Winter Wren, Loggerhead Shrike, Black-throated Blue Warbler (3 years) and Pine Warbler.
Walton describes the slow song of the black-throated blue warbler as beer beer beer beeee.
Black-throated Blue Warbler Foraging Strategies: Effects of Habitat Alteration Due to Browsing by White-tailed Deer.
I offer evidence that geographic clines in age structure are present among breeding populations of a small migratory passerine, the Black-throated Blue Warbler, Dendroica caerulescens, in eastern North America.
The Dartmouth team has been doing some preliminary studies using feathers from a migratory species that is not in trouble--the black-throated blue warbler. This warbler, whose numbers are holding steady, makes an ideal test case, says Chamberlain, because a complete feather collection already exists.
Multiple brooding and productivity of a Neotropical migrant, the Black-throated Blue Warbler (Dendroica caerulescens), in an unfragmented temperate forest.
Multiple-brooding and productivity of a Neotropical migrant, the Black-throated Blue Warbler (Dendroica caerulescens) in an unfragmented temperate forest.