Wilson’s Warbler Images, Facts and Information:
- Wilson’s Warbler are one of the smallest warblers in North America, they have bright yellow underparts and yellowish olive upperparts, they have black eyes, thin beaks, long tails and males have a dark black cap.
- Wilson’s Warblers are migratory. Their preferred breeding habitats include riparian areas with alders and willows, bogs, moist thickets in woodlands, mountain meadows, and aspen stands.
- Wilson’s Warblers primarily eat insects but will also consume berries.
- Wilson’s Warblers lay 4 to 7 eggs which hatch in 10 to 13 days. The females incubate and they are monogamous.
- Groups of warblers can be called a “confusion”, “fall” and “bouquet” of warblers.
- Wilson’s Warblers can live to be more than 8 years of age.
I hope you enjoy viewing my Wilson’s Warbler photos.