Order
Passeriformes
Family
Parulidae
Genus
Setophaga
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Version 1.0

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SPECIES

Adelaide's Warbler Setophaga adelaidae

Judith D. Toms
Version: 1.0 — Published May 28, 2010

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Photos from this Account

Front view of same Adelaide's Warbler.

Image by Judith Toms.

Back view of same Adelaide's Warbler.

Image by Judith Toms.

Fledgling of unknown age; it was still begging from parents.

28 Mar 2009. Image by Judith Toms.

Adelaide's Warbler with unidentified prey, possibly some type of beetle.

Image by Judith Toms.

Adelaide's Warbler stretching to glean from a leaf.

Image by Judith Toms.

Sonograms of A and B song types.

From Staicer (1996b), p. 777.

Male Adelaide's Warbler singing from an exposed perch.

Image by Judith Toms.

Chitburst display given on a territorial boundary.

Image by Judith Toms.

Front view of a chitburst display.

Image by Judith Toms.

Juvenile of unknown age that may have been force-fledged by a Puerto Rican Racer.

24 April 2009. Image by Judith Toms.

Adelaide's Warbler nest in a sapling at a height of about 2.5 m.

Image by Judith Toms.

Adelaide's Warbler nest built in a bromeliad.

Courtesy of Amber Wiewel.

Nest containing 3 Adelaide's Warbler eggs.

Image by Judith Toms.

Number of Adelaide's Warblers captured in Guánica Dry Forest.

Data are from seven 192 m netlines in 1989, eight netlines in 1990, and nine netlines thereafter. (J. Faaborg, unpub. data).

Recommended Citation

Toms, J. D. (2010). Adelaide's Warbler (Setophaga adelaidae), version 1.0. In Neotropical Birds Online (T. S. Schulenberg, Editor). Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY, USA. https://doi.org/10.2173/nb.adewar1.01