Canada Warbler

Canada Warblers breed in mixed conifer and deciduous forest with a shrubby and mossy understory often near water. They frequent forest slopes filled with rhododendrons in the southern Appalachian Mountains, aspen and popular forests in Canada, and forested wetlands in the central part of their range. During migration they forage and rest in shrubby areas in parks, woodlots, and along forest edges. They winter in forests with dense undergrowth, forest edges, shade-coffee plantations, and scrubby fields across northern South America between 3,200 and 6,000 feet.


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