B-02 Chestnut Sided Warbler Bird
A small songbird that summers in the northeast and winters in the southeast and Central America. Those that go on to Central America winter with the same mixed group of birds year after year. There are two basic song types sung by the Chestnut-sided Warbler. The first is accented at the end and is used mostly to attract females. The male birds who sing with no accent are less likely to be successful with the females. The second, unaccented songs are used mostly in territory defense and aggressive encounters with other males.
Dimensions: 5L x 4.5H x 3W