North Louisiana Wildlife

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Did you know that pine warblers will visit bird feeders?

Pine Warblers
a Glance

Key Features:

Male pine warblers are olive yellow with black wings. They have white undersides. Females are pale yellow with white bellies.

Least Concern - Population Increasing



nesting habits:

Pine warblers build hidden cup-shaped nests high in pine trees out of bark, caterpillar or spider silk, feathers, flowers, grass, hair, pine needles, plant down, plant fibers, roots, stems, and twigs.


Insects, spiders, fruit, and seeds​

hunting Behavior:

Pine warblers gleam leaves. They also forage on the ground and on treetrunks.

commonly confused with:

Prothonotary Warblers

seasons pine warblers are active in our area:

All year

Pine warblers are often confused with prothonotary warblers because of their yellow and gray color.

Prothonotary warbler looking out from its perch on a tree branch

Male pine warblers are olive yellow, while prothonotary warblers are yellow.  Female pine warblers have white bellies.

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