The Palm Warbler is one of the first Warblers that I photographed. This one was photographed from an uptairs window.

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The Palm Warbler is brown above and yellowish or whitish below. In the spring it has a chestnut cap. The breast is narrowly streaked. It has a habitat of wooded borders, low trees, bushes, and ground cover. It likes to hide behind branches and cover in shaded places. It has a normal range of Canada and the NE United States. It Winters in the South United States to the Caribbean area. They feed on insects and berries.