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Prothonotary Warblers


Abstract:
The Prothonotary Warbler, a brilliantly colored orange-yellow bird with a distinctive song, summers among Eastern North Carolina's coastal woodlands, swamps, and rivers. It winters in Central and South America. Warblers nest in cavities in small trees, usually a few feet from water in streams, in swamps and wet woodlands. This has a dangerous side, though, because flooding can cause substantial nest failure each year.
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21012