North Louisiana Wildlife

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Magnolia warbler preparing to take off from a tree

Did you know that a group of magnolia warblers is called a corsage?

Magnolia Warblers
at
a Glance

Magnolia warbler preparing to take off from a tree

Key Features:

Male magnolia warblers are yellow with white bars on their wings and black masks, tassels, and necklines. Females have gray heads with white around their eyes.

Least Concern - Population Increasing

Habitat:

Forests, orchards, and parks

nesting habits:

Magnolia warbler build their nests in trees out of fungus, grass, horsehair, twigs, and weed stalks.

seasons magnolia warblers are active in our area:

Spring, fall

Diet:

Caterpillars and fruit

hunting Behavior:

Magnolia warblers forage upside down on the underside of limbs.

commonly confused with:

Yellow-Rumped Warblers

Magnolia warbler preparing to take off from a tree

Magnolia warblers are often confused with yellow-rumped warblers due to their coloration.

Magnolia warblers have yellow bellies, and yellow-rumped warblers have white bellies.

Look for magnolia warblers in your backyard in spring and fall.

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