Palm Warbler  ( Paruline couronne rousse )

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Dendroica palmarum

Description:    Palm Warbler
Photo Date:   May 11, 2009

Location:  

Hilliardton Marsh

Photographer:  

Michael Werner

General Notes

The North American population of this species has increased by almost 350% in the forty years spanning 1966 to 2006, according to a recent analysis of Breeding Bird Survey records conducted by the National Audubon Society. Although there is insufficient data about this species to be highly confident in the actual magnitude of the population growth, the trend is considered statistically significant.

Abundance: Uncommon Earliest observed:  

Typical spring arrival:

May 7

Typical fall arrival:

Sep. 4
Breeding Status: Migrant Latest observed:  

Typical spring departure:

May 18

Typical fall departure:

Oct. 2

 

Banding Results

Year

Gillies
Lake

Hilliardton
Marsh

Mountain
Chutes

Year
Total

1996   7   7
1997 11 14   25
1998   6   6
1999   7   7
2000 1 25   26
2001   5 1 6
2002   40 1 41
2003   9   9
2004   47   47
2005   63 1 64
2006   25   25
2007   106   106
2008        
2009