New World Warblers
A&C Black, 30 cze 2010 - 264
Following the same format as other book in the series, this guide to North American wood warblers, the parulinae, looks at their distribution throughout the USA and into Central and South America. It contains a full text for each species, including wing-formulae" drawings. Some of the species covered find their way to the UK and Europe."
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adult female Adult male average Basileuterus belly birds blackish breast sides breeding grounds BREEDING Nest brighter broadest on coverts brownish Central America cilium Colombia Common Yellowthroat contrasting Costa Rica crown patch dark darker distinct dull dusky ear-coverts eastern Ecuador eye-crescents eye-ring eye-stripe First-year female First-year male First-years/adults flanks forecrown forest fresh plumage GEOGRAPHICAL VARIATION Golden-crowned Warbler greater and median greater coverts greyish HABITAT AND HABITS head and upperparts head pattern lacks lateral crown-stripes latter broadest lores lower underparts mainly mantle MEASUREMENTS Wing median coverts Mexico migration mixed-species feeding flocks montane MOULT Juveniles nape narrow neck sides non-breeding northern northwestern olive-brown olive-green Ossification pale buff Peru plumage rectrices remiges rufous rump Similar year-round slightly duller Song southern species STATUS AND DISTRIBUTION supercilium superspecies supraloral Tarsus tepuis tertials throat and breast tinge tips underparts undertail-coverts upper breast usually Venezuela VOICE Calls wash western Whitestart whitish wingbars wings and tail yellow underparts yellowish Yellowthroat