The Prothonotary Warbler is 13 cm long and weighs 12.5 g. It has an olive back with blue-grey wings and tail, yellow underparts, a relatively long pointed bill and black legs. The adult male has a bright orange-yellow head; females and immature birds are duller and have a yellow head. It breeds in hardwood swamps in southern Canada and the eastern United States, nesting in a cavity, sometimes using old Downy Woodpecker holes. The male often builds several incomplete unused nests in his…
Great Spotted Woodpecker - A Great Woodpecker to Spot!
Can you spot the great spotted woodpecker? Learn its markings, foods, habitat, drumming beat, range, and other fun great spotted woodpecker facts.