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Townsend’s Warbler

Setophaga townsendi

The Townsend’s Warbler’s breeding habitat is forested lands with large coniferous trees on the Pacific northwestern coast of North America from Alaska south into Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Their nests are shallow cups built with grass and lined with moss. These nests are usually placed atop a branch in a conifer. Their winter homes are stretched along the western coast of North American from Washington to northern Baja California, and several inland locations from southeastern Arizona to Central America.

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