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Montrose Point, Lincoln Park, Chicago
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Passeriformes > Parulidae

Canada Warbler

Cardellina canadensis

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Spiffy warbler found in boggy areas. Blue-gray above and yellow below with distinctive yellow spectacles and necklace of black streaks. Legs are pale orange. Females show fainter necklace than males. Typically found in low vegetation, especially wet woods and thickets. Nests on the ground. Feeds on insects. One of the longest-distance migrant warblers; winters in South America.

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