|Orange-crowned Warbler Vermivora celata
(aka Oreothlypis celata)
|Dezadeash Lake, Yukon, Canada
The Orange-crowned Warbler breeds from Alaska across Canada to Quebec and south to Arizona and New Mexico. In winter it migrates to the south of the USA and Mexico. There is a distribution map on NatureServe.
|It is found in open woodland, forest edges and thickets where it feeds on insects in the summer but adding some
berries and fruits in the winter.
It is similar to Tennessee Warbler but has yellow rather than white undertail coverts.
The call is a sharp chip and the song is a high-pitched staccato trill.
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