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Kirtland’s Warbler Banded as
Nestling in Wisconsin
Confirmed in Bahamas

Adult male AORB, banded on June, 8, 2008 at the Adams County breeding site.

Photo by Joel Trick

 

 

April 22, 2015

 

The 2014 Kirtland’s warbler season was the first time biologists attempted to band nestlings at the breeding site in Wisconsin. Banding nestlings helps to determine if the young warblers return to the breeding site in following years. The color combinations allow observers to easily tell individuals apart. Wisconsin Kirtland’s warbler males, some females, and six nestlings are banded with their own color combinations, and can be easily recognized whether they are in Wisconsin on the breeding grounds or in the Bahamas on the wintering grounds.

 

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Last updated: April 22, 2015