North Louisiana Wildlife

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Black and white warbler in a tree

Did you know that black and white warblers are the only birds in their genus?

Black and White Warblers
at
a Glance

Key Features:

Black and white warblers are black and white birds with long wings, short tails, and long, curved beaks.

Least Concern - Population Decreasing

Habitat:

Deciduous and mixed forests

nesting habits:

Black and white warblers build hidden cup-shaped nests nest out of bark, grass, hair, leaves, pine needles, rootlets, and stems in the bases of trees, depressions in the ground, logs, rocks, stumps, and under shrubbery.

seasons black and white warblers are active in our area:

Spring, summer

Diet:

insects

hunting Behavior:

Black and white warblers forage in trees.

Commonly Confused With:

Brown Creepers

Black and white warbler foraging in a tree

Black and white warblers are often confused with brown creepers because both have streaky patterns.

Black and white warbler foraging on a tree branch

Black and white warblers have black on them.  Brown creepers have brown on them.

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