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The Northern Paula Warbler migrates through central Florida from March – September spending the winters in the West Indies. The Parula builds a nest of Spanish Moss usually in a small fork of a branch. Our only Eastern Warbler with a yellow throat and blue back this 4” bird uses its thin bill to capture insects.

Latin Name: Parula Americana

Habitat: Pine flatwoods

Diet: insects