Nashville Warbler

John Absher

Bolingbrook, United States

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The Nashville Warbler is a small, sprightly songbird of second-growth forests, the Nashville Warbler breeds in both north-central North America and an isolated portion of the mountainous Pacific Northwest. It nests on the ground and feeds almost exclusively on insects.

The Nashville Warbler does not regularly breed near Nashville, Tennessee, but was first observed there in 1811 by Alexander Wilson, who named the species.

The western population of the Nashville Warbler was once considered a separate species, called the “Calaveras Warbler.” It is slightly brighter than eastern birds, with a brighter yellow rump, more extensive white feathers on the lower belly, and a slightly longer tail.

Most first-year Nashville Warblers migrate along the Atlantic coast, while adults tend to migrate along inland routes. They sometimes uses porcupine quills as nest material.

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