The Nashville Warbler has a gray head, yellow throat with a olive-green back and no wing bars. It has a bright white-eye ring. Males may show a dull chestnut crown patch. It has a range of southern Canada, and western and northern United States. It has a habitat of cool open mixed woods with undergrowth, forest edges, and bogs. The diet is mostly insects including beetles, caterpillars, grasshoppers, leafhoppers, aphids, including eggs and larvae.
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