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Birds | May 20, 2023 7:19 AM | hangbony

They are frequently the smallest birds in a mixed flock, but their brilliant yellow breast ensures that they stand out from the crowd!

The Northern Parula is a small, migratory songbird that belongs to the family of New World warblers. It is known for its striking blue-gray upperparts, yellow throat and breast, and distinctive white eye crescents. This species breeds in the eastern United States and Canada, and winters in Central America and the Caribbean. The Northern Parula prefers to inhabit deciduous forests, especially those with a dense understory of shrubs and vines. Its diet consists mainly of insects and spiders, which it catches by gleaning from foliage or hovering in mid-air. The Northern Parula is a popular bird among birdwatchers due to its beautiful plumage and unique song.

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