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Cape May Warbler M

Cape May Warbler MSize - 5 to 5 1/2 inches long
Habitat - Spruce forests.
Nesting - The nest is a large cup of twigs, grass, and stems, built among short branches near the top of a conifer, 30 to 60' above ground.
Eggs - 4 to 9, cream-colored, heavily spotted with brown and gray. Incubation and nesting period unknown.
Food - Insects and spiders; also punctures fruit and drinks the juice.

Cape May Warbler Fe

Cape May Warbler (female)Size - 5 to 5 1/2 inches long
Habitat - Spruce forests.
Nesting - The nest is a large cup of twigs, grass, and stems, built among short branches near the top of a conifer, 30 to 60' above ground.
Eggs - 4 to 9, cream-colored, heavily spotted with brown and gray. Incubation and nesting period unknown.
Food - Insects and spiders; also punctures fruit and drinks the juice.

Nashville Warbler

Nashville WarblerSize - 4 1/2 - 5 inches long
Habitat - Open bushy woodlands and bogs; birch and aspen groves.
Nesting - The nest is a cup of moss, grass, fur, and stems, on the ground among weeds, thick shrubs, or in a clump of moss.
Eggs - 4 to 5, white, spotted with brown. Incubation about 12 days, by the female. Young leave the nest in 10 days after hatching.
Food - Insects, spiders, berries, and weeds.

Tennessee Warbler

Tennessee WarblerSize - 4 - 5 inches long
Habitat - Forests and wooded bogs.
Nesting - The nest is a solid cup grass and rootlets, built on dry ground at the base of a shrub or clump of grass.
Eggs - 5 to 7, white or cream-colored, speckled with brown. Incubation about 12 days, by the female.
Food - Insects.

American Redstart M

Redstart)Size - 4 1/2 to 6 inches long
Habitat - Woods and thickets.
Nesting - The nest is a a cup of grass, fibers and lichens, 4 to 70 feet above the ground in a sapling or tree.
Eggs - 2 to 5, white, cream colored, or greenish, spotted with brown and gray. Incubation about 12 days, by the female. Young leave the nest in 20 days after hatching.
Food - Spiders, berries, and insects.

American Redstart Fe

Redstart)Size - 4 1/2 to 6 inches long
Habitat - Woods and thickets.
Nesting - The nest is a a cup of grass, fibers and lichens, 4 to 70 feet above the ground in a sapling or tree.
Eggs - 2 to 5, white, cream colored, or greenish, spotted with brown and gray. Incubation about 12 days, by the female. Young leave the nest in 20 days after hatching.
Food - Spiders, berries, and insects.

Yellow-rumped Warbler M

Yellow-rumped WarblerSize - 5-6 inches long.
Habitat - Coniferous forests.
Nesting - The nest is a cup of twigs, stems, and bark, 3-50 feet above the ground on a branch or in foliage of a conifer.
Eggs - 3 to 5, cream colored or grayish, spotted with brown and gray. Incubation 13 days, by female only. Young leave the nest about 2 weeks after hatching.
Food - Berries, spiders, seeds, and insects.

Yellow-rumped Warbler Fe

Yellow-rumped WarblerSize - 5-6 inches long.
Habitat - Coniferous forests.
Nesting - The nest is a cup of twigs, stems, and bark, 3-50 feet above the ground on a branch or in foliage of a conifer.
Eggs - 3 to 5, cream colored or grayish, spotted with brown and gray. Incubation 13 days, by female only. Young leave the nest about 2 weeks after hatching.
Food - Berries, spiders, seeds, and insects.

Magnolia Warbler M

Magnolia Warbler MSize - 4 1/2 to 5 inches long
Habitat - Coniferous forests.
Nesting - The nest is a loose cup of twigs and grass, saddled to horizontal branch of a conifer, 5 to 35' above ground.
Eggs - 3 to 5 white, cream-colored, or pale blue. Incubation 11 to 13 days by female only.
Food - Insects and spiders.