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|The Golden-winged Warbler is a small grey songbird – about 11 centimetres long – with white undersides and distinctive yellow wing patches and forehead. Males have a black throat and black patch behind their eyes; females have the same markings in grey.|
Golden-winged Warblers usually breed when a year old and can continue to do so until they are nine. Pairs build their nests on the ground, where the female lays two to six eggs.
During the breeding season, these warblers eat insects only, primarily caterpillars, moths, other winged insects, and spiders. Similar feeding habits are seen in regions where the warblers spend the winter.
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- [2016-07-12 8:13]
Hi Peter,another top quality pic,this time showing us this beautful warbler with the open beak,fantastic sharpness and bright colors,well done! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano