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|From my second trip of this spring to Ohio.|
The cerulean warbler (Setophaga cerulea) is a small songbird of the New World warbler family.
They forage actively high in trees, sometimes catching insects in flight. These birds mainly eat insects. Their nests are cup-shaped, and are placed on a horizontal branch high in a hardwood tree.
The cerulean warbler is the fastest declining neotropical migrant songbird. Among the many threats they face, their wintering habitat in the northern Andes is dwindling rapidly. Cerulean warblers depend on shade coffee plantations during the winter. This traditional farming technique is at risk as coffee prices fluctuate and pressure to switch to higher-yield sun coffee or other crops intensifies.
In fragmented forest areas, this bird is vulnerable to nest parasitism by the brown-headed cowbird. This bird's numbers are declining faster than any other warbler species in the USA; its population in 2006 was less than one-fifth of what it was 40 years before.
(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
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that's a fantastic shoot with great sharpness and details.
Agréable valorisation du sujet.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.