Connecticut Warbler - Range map - eBird Status and Trends This map depicts the range boundary, defined as the areas where the species is estimated to occur at a rate of 5… See, Click on title to download individual files attached to this item, Build Version: 2.169.0-62-g42d95ae-0 They like to breed in bogs and deciduous forests situated near fresh water supplies. Click on title to download individual files attached to this item. This range map was created by attributing sub-watershed polygons with information of a species' presence, origin, seasonal and reproductive use. eBird data from 2014-2018. Simply plumaged, with a gray hood, yellow belly, and olive back, the Connecticut Warbler has a large bill and a large pale eyering—often the first field mark that stands out. The Cornell Lab will send you updates about birds, birding, and opportunities to help bird conservation. For species specific range information, see the attached Range data. 2020. eBird Status and Trends, Data Version: 2018; Released: 2020. The Connecticut Warbler is seasonally monogamous and territorial, the males establishing and defending territories ranging in size from about 1/4 hectare (0.6 acres) in open forest to 1/2 hectare (1.25 acres) in closed forest, where terrestrial arthropod densities are lower. New World Warblers(Order: Passeriformes, Family:Parulidae). The Connecticut Warbler has a special affinity for the poplar and aspen forests in central Canada and the Great Lakes region. Long-distance migrant. This dataset represents a species known range extent for Connecticut Warbler (Oporornis agilis) within the conterminous United States (CONUS) based on 2001 ground conditions. The known range for a species can be used to constrain the boundaries of the species distribution model and in assessments of the conservation status and/or threats within the range of a species. Get Instant ID help for 650+ North American birds. This species has light yellow underparts and olive upper-parts; they have a light eye ring, pink legs, a long tail, pale wing bars and a thin pointed bill. It tends to migrate late in spring and early in fall, missing the peak of birding activity. In spring, Connecticut Warblers migrate from South America, cross the Caribbean to Florida, then fly northwestward toward the Great Lakes. Learn more. In fall, they migrate eastward to southern New England or the Atlantic coast, then fly across open ocean to South America. Typically found very low in dense tangles and thickets, where it walks along branches or on the ground. Estimated for 2018. Males … Simply plumaged, with a gray hood, yellow belly, and olive back, the Connecticut Warbler has a large bill and a large pale eyering—often the first field mark that stands out. The Connecticut Warbler is an infamously hard-to-find bird that forages on the ground in remote muskeg, spruce bogs, and poplar forests. A late spring migrant. This map depicts the range boundary, defined as the areas where the species is estimated to occur at a rate of 5% or more for at least one week within each season. These medium-sized warblers measure 13–15 cm (5.1–5.9 in) in length, with a 22–23 cm (8.7–9.1 in) wingspan. Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, New York. See Gap Analysis Project Species Range Maps for more information regarding data creation and user constraints. Fink, D., T. Auer, A. Johnston, M. Strimas-Mackey, O. Robinson, S. Ligocki, B. Petersen, C. Wood, I. Davies, B. Sullivan, M. Iliff, S. Kelling. For many birders, the Connecticut Warbler remains a little-known and mysterious bird. Connecticut Warbler: Scientific (Oporornis agilis) Order: PASSERIFORMES: Family (Latin) Parulidae: Family (English) New World Warblers: Other name(s) Regions: NA: Breeding Range Subregions: sc Canada and nc USA: Nonbreeding Range Subregions: c SA: Countries (BETA) map This small songbird only measures a mere 15 cm at adulthood. GAP range maps represent a coarse representation of the total areal extent of a species or the geographic limits within which a species can be found. This range map was created by attributing sub-watershed polygons with information of a species' presence, origin, seasonal and reproductive use. However, birds preparing for migration pack on more weigh to survive the strenuous journey and can weigh up to 25 g (0.88 oz). 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U.S. Geological Survey - Gap Analysis Project, 2017, Connecticut Warbler (Oporornis agilis) bCONWx_CONUS_2001v1 Range Map, http://doi.org/10.5066/F74B30CC. Explore Birds of the World to learn more. Large, skulky, and seldom-seen warbler. https://doi.org/10.2173/ebirdst.2018, Certain products may be unavailable due to insufficient data. . This dataset represents a species known range extent for Connecticut Warbler (Oporornis agilis) within the conterminous United States (CONUS) based on 2001 ground conditions. The Connecticut Warbler is an infamously hard-to-find bird that forages on the ground in remote muskeg, spruce bogs, and poplar forests. The Connecticut Warbler, despite its name, is not native or a frequent visitor to the state in North America. This dataset represents a species known range extent for Connecticut Warbler (Oporornis agilis) within the conterminous United States (CONUS) based on 2001 ground conditions. In migration, found where weedy fields meet a forest edge, especially with dense thickets, goldenrod, and jewelweed. A sluggish and secretive warbler, it spends most of its time hidden low in woods and dense thickets, walking on the ground with slow and deliberate steps. Breeds in boggy forest with spruce or tamarack. Connecticut warblers weigh 10 g (0.35 oz) when they fledge, attaining an average weight of around 15 g (0.53 oz) as adults. This range map was created by attributing sub-watershed polygons with information of a species' presence, origin, seasonal and reproductive use.