Black-throated Green Warbler determination[order] Passeriformes | [family] Parulidae | [latin] Dendroica virens | [UK] Black-throated Green Warbler | [FR] Paruline à gorge noire | [DE] Grünwaldsänger | [ES] Chipe de Garganta Negra | [IT] Dendroica verdastra golanera | [NL] Gele Zwartkeelzanger


Literature

Title
SPATIAL VARIATION IN FORAGING OF THE BLACK-THROATED GREEN WARBLER ALONG THE SHORELINE OF NORTHERN LAKE HURON
Author(s): ROBERT SMITH, MICHAEL HAMAS AND MATTHEW DALLMAN
Abstract: The Great Lakes strongly influence local climate, vegetation, and animal communities, all of which are important to both migrating and breeding birds. This influence can be considerable during springtime in nearshore habitats, as onshore winds depr..[more]..
Source: The Condor 100:474-484
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Title
EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE FOR INTRINSIC MICROHABITAT PREFERENCES IN THE BLACK-THROATED GREEN WARBLER
Author(s): JEFFREY DAVID PARRISH
Abstract: Black-throated Green Warblers (Dendroica virens) use coniferous vegetation as foraging and perching substrates at coastal sites in Maine and predominantly deciduous vegetation at inland sites in interior New Hampshire, despite the availability of bot..[more]..
Source: The Condor 97:935-943
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Title
ADDITIONAL RECORD OF THE BLACK-THROATED GREEN WARBLER IN PUERTO RICO, WITH SOME OBSERVATIONS ON FORAGING BEHAVIOR
Author(s): Bryan Arroyo-Vazquez
Abstract: The Black-throated Green Warbler (Dendroica virens) ranges from eastern Canada to Colombia, including the West Indies where it is uncommon and restricted to the Greater Antilles (Clements 1978, Faarborgh & Terborgh 1980). The species is considered a..[more]..
Source: ORNITOLOGIA NEOTROPICAL 2: 97-98, 1991
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Title
NONBREEDING HABITAT SELECTION AND FORAGING BEHAVIOR OF THE BLACK-THROATED GREEN WARBLER COMPLEX IN SOUTHEASTERN MEXICO
Author(s): RUSSELL GREENBERG et al.
Abstract: We studied the ecological distribution and foraging behavior of three species in the Black-throated Green Warbler (Dendroica virens) species group in the Eastern Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. The three species, Black-throated Green, Hermit (D. occi..[more]..
Source: The Condor 103:31-37
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