North Louisiana Wildlife

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Did you know that pine warblers will visit bird feeders?

Pine Warblers
at
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

Habitat:

Forests

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.

Diet:

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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