Canada Warbler

(Cardellina canadensis)

Conservation Status
Canada Warbler
Photo by Laurie Wachholz
  IUCN Red List

LC - Least Concern

     
  NatureServe

N5B - Secure Breeding

SNRB - Unranked Breeding

     
  Minnesota

not listed

     
           
           
           
 
Description
 
 

 

 
     
 

Size

 
 

5 to 6 in length

 
     
 

Voice

 
   
     
 

Similar Species

 
     
     
 
Habitat
 
 

Breeding: Wet forest, riparian forest

Migration: Forest

 
     
 
Biology
 
 

Migration

 
 

 

 
     
 

Nesting

 
 

 

 
     
 

Food

 
 

Insects

 
     
 
Distribution
 
 

Occurrence

 
 

 

 
         
 

Maps

 
 

The Minnesota Ornithologists’ Union All Seasons Species Occurrence Map

 
         
 
Taxonomy
 
  Class Aves (birds)  
 

Order

Passeriformes (perching birds)  
 

Family

Parulidae (New World warblers, wood warblers)  
 

Genus

Cardellina (red-faced warblers)  
       
 

Synonyms

 
 

Muscicapa canadensis

Wilsonia canadensis

 
       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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Laurie Wachholz

 
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Canada Warbler
Andy Reago & Chrissy McClarren
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Canada Warbler
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  Canada Warbler (Wilsonia canadensis)
Carl Barrentine
 
   
 
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Published on Jun 1, 2013

This female Canada Warbler (Wilsonia canadensis) was photographed at Grand Forks, North Dakota (01 June 2013).

   
  Wilsonia canadensis
Hermes Diego
 
   
 
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Published on Dec 19, 2012

Reinita de collar o del Canadá (Wilsonia canadensis)

Tamaño: 13 cm Altitud: menor a 2.800 m.s.n.m

Distribución: Anida en Canadá oriental y punto extremo este de Estados unidos, incluido los grandes lagos. Inverna en norte de Suramérica: Panamá, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Perú y norte de Brasil.

Historia natural: Habita bosques densos, húmedos y semihúmedos, a bajas o medianas altitudes. Se encuentra en bosques canadienses al este de las Rocosas y en áreas boscosas del noreste de los Estados Unidos. Construyen un nido en forma de taza sobre el suelo, en montículos de musgo Sphagnum, en tocones de árboles o restos de madera. Se alimenta principalmente de insectos, sobre la vegetación, en el suelo, o en el vuelo. En invierno forman grupos cuando se alimentan. En migración frecuenta bosques secundarios densos, bordes de bosque, áreas semiabiertas y arbustivas,y parques bien arborizados. Forrajea activamente en busca de insectos de las hojas y ramitas. Sola o en pequeños grupos, generalmente con otras reinitas o bandadas mixtas.

   
  Canada Warbler
The Music of Nature
 
   
 
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Uploaded on Jun 3, 2010

The Music of Nature proudly presents "Canada Warbler," featuring beautiful closeup footage and excellent sound. A northern species, the Canada Warbler is found in forests with a luxurious understory, and also in second growth forest or disturbed areas with dense thickets of shrubs, saplings, and briars.

The staccato song of the male is not particularly musical. I call this species "the chippy chappy warbler."

© 2010 Lang Elliott
musicofnature.org

   
  Canada Warbler in Maine
WIld Bird Video Productions
 
   
 
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Uploaded on Jun 4, 2011

A male Canada warbler singing in the Maine boreal forest. © 2011 Garth McElroy

License at http://www.paya.com/videos/135191

   
  Canada Warbler - Warren Dunes
Matt Hysell
 
   
 
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Published on May 28, 2013

singing Canada Warbler on territory, Warren Dunes SP, Berrien Co, Michigan, USA

   
       

 

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