Hooded Warbler Setophaga citrina
(aka Wilsonia citrina)
Hooded Warbler, Cuero y Salado, Honduras, March 2015 - click for larger image Cuero y Salado, Honduras
March 2015

The Hooded Warbler breeds in the eastern half of North America from south-east Ontario to the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and northern Florida. In winter it migrates to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean islands. See the distribution map at NatureServe.

In winter the males defend territories in their preferred habitat of undisturbed forest forcing the females into areas of secondary growth.

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