Cerulean Warbler — Setophaga cerulea

Order Passeriformes
Family Parulidae
Genus Setophaga (formally Dendroica)
Species cerulea
A warbler with distinctive blue or turquoise upper parts, a white breast and throat, streaks along the side and white wing bars is this species. It is mostly seen high up in the trees. It nests in the mid to northern portion of the eastern United States. The Cerulean Warbler primarily inhabits deciduous forests at higher elevations.

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Photo by Marshall Faintich

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