Tennessee Warbler Oreothlypis peregrina
OCTOBER 10, 2011
The Tennessee Warbler is a poster child for the boreal forests of Canada and the far northern United States. As autumn arrives and the days get shorter and cooler Tennessee Warblers make their way south to Central America and northern South America, sometimes as far south as Ecuador. Of course, the Tennessee Warbler never entirely loses its insectivorous ways and it will eat whatever bugs it finds in the flowers as well.