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The Iowa Department of Natural Resources and partners will conserve over 300 acres of key cerulean warbler habitat in the Driftless Area of northeast Iowa through the acquisition of three tracts.
Truth is, I had a bad case of the blues, meaning I really wanted a cerulean warbler. I'd put eyes on one just once before, at Indiana Dunes State Park in 1999, long before Indiana Audubon began hosting a festival there.
The long-term goal is to provide one-third of a mile of buffer on either side of the Patoka River to provide uninterrupted breeding and rearing habitat for interior nesting birds, such as the cerulean warbler (Setophaga cerulea), endangered Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) and the threatened northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis).
Most species (13/18, 72%), had a significant relationship beUveen abundance and at least one habitat variable, but only three species (wood thrush, cerulean warbler, and indigo bunting) were affected by more than one of the eight variables (Fig.
Led by Molly Adams, its founder, the group clocked more than 80 species in less than 10 hours, including one black-billed cuckoo and a cerulean warbler. These were good "gets": The cerulean warbler is at risk of extinction -- like so many birds, a casualty of habitat loss -- so noting its whereabouts is particularly important for conservation efforts.
Many birds, such as the Cerulean Warbler (Setophaga cerulea), defend territories for foraging purposes, and the size of their territory is likely to vary with an area's potential for foraging.
He says, “Among the most coveted species are Cerulean Warbler, Prothonotary Warbler, Black-billed Cuckoo, and Alder Flycatcher.
Only two mature forest bird species were not recorded as probable breeders in the regrowth forests: the black-billed cuckoo (Coccyzus erythrapthalmus) and cerulean warbler (Dendroica cerulean).
Among the society's triumphs are the survival of the Greater Flamingo of southern Florida, the puffins on Eastern Egg Rock off the coast of Maine, the Whooping Crane (at 5 feet, America's tallest bird), the Bald Eagle, the Peregrine Falcon, the California Condor, the Spotted Owl, the Cerulean Warbler, and the Red Knot.
Bachman's sparrow, lark sparrow, Bewick's wren, Cerulean warbler, Swainson's warbler, Bell's vireo, and Mississippi kite represent some of the rare but nongame species of birds in the area.