Swainson’s Warbler


(Lymnothlypis swainsonii)

Limited to the southeast, Swainson’s Warbler tends to be one of the more difficult members of the wood-warbler family to add to one’s life list. It is a skulker, usually foraging amongst dead leaves on the ground in dense damp woods, and hard to find unless a male is singing or one is lucky enough to happen upon one during migration.

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