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Tennessee Warbler

Vermivora peregrina

The Tennessee Warbler breeds in Canada and spends winter in central and northern South America. Rarely seen west of the Rocky Mountains, its normal migration route is through the eastern half of the USA. Their breeding habitat is coniferous or mixed woodland, especially spruce. Tennessee Warblers nest on the ground, in a cup nest.

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