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Friday, October 21, 2011

Friday's Foto

Palm Warblers, unlike most other warblers, spend much of their time foraging on the ground. Right now they are a common Fall migrant around NYC and can sometimes be seen associating with sparrows as they feed in grassy habitats, in fact, some very dull individuals can easily be mistaken for a sparrow. Look for their perpetually bobbing tail to help identify them.

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