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New World or Wood Warblers are common and widespread throughout North America. Generally, they are divided between the “Eastern” and “Western” groups. Some scientists believe that the recent Ice Age (approximately 20,000 years ago) that peaked at the Last Glacial Maximum, is responsible for this division. Images here include Black-and-White, Blackpoll, Black-Throated Gray, Hermit, MacGillivray’s, Nashville, Orange-Crowned, Tennessee, Blue-Winged, Townsend’s, Wilson’s, Lucy’s, Chestnut-Sided, Yellow-Rumped, Magnolia and Yellow Warblers, along with Yellow-Throats, Redstarts, Ovenbird, Chats and others.