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Pine warbler

Setophaga pinus


This warbler was a very frequent (multiple times daily) visitor to my feeders during the winter but now, in late spring, I rarely see him. I suspect the growing abundance of insects has him feeding elsewhere.


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Maria dB
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Maria dB

North Carolina, USA

Lat: 35.91, Long: -79.06

Spotted on Mar 26, 2015
Submitted on Apr 27, 2015

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