KEWA

An image of a Kentucky Warbler perch on a branch.

KEWA

Kentucky Warblers feed mostly on the forest floor, picking through leaf litter with its feet and bill to find insects. The bird was named for the state it was first seen in by ornithologist, Alexander Wilson.
Image
Photo By/Credit
Brad Imhoff/Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Ecosystem
Forest
Media Usage Rights/License
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Subject tags
Birds
Birdwatching
Migratory birds