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Olive Warbler

Peucedramus taeniatus

Olive Warbler
copyright Robert Shantz
Length: 5 in. (13 cm)
Found only in pine forests on high mountains, the Olive Warbler gleans insects from mid to high levels in the trees. Its nest if made of moss, lichens and pine needles and built high in a conifer. Often this species joins mixed species foraging flocks, especially in migration and during the winter. The four-digit banding code is OLWA.

Fir forest
Fir forest

Oak-pine woodland
Oak-pine woodland

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