Hooded Warbler | The Cove Forest

Hooded Warbler bird
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(Wilsonia citrina)

These warblers are common in the moist hardwood forests of the southeast. Their feeding activity is usually concentrated in the understory bushes. They consume insects on the ground and in the bushes and will pick insects off of understory leaves by making short foraging flights. They tend to nest in the bushes close to ground level.