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Prothonotary Warbler by Mind Map: Prothonotary Warbler
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Prothonotary Warbler

Habitat

Sandspits

Slow Moving Water

Streams

Willows

Wet Forested Bottomlands

Avoid Forests Less Than 100 Hectares

Swamps

Status

Endangered

Provincially

Nationally

Definition

Human/ Natural Impacts on Species

Snag Removal

Changing Water levels

Competition for Nest Cavities

With House Wren

Names

La paruline orangée (F)

Protonotaria citrea (L)

Protonotario Reinita (S)

S= Spanish

Biology

Weight

14 g

Size

5.5 in.

Offspring

Commonly 4-6, Often 7

Wingspan

7.85 in.

Lifecycle

2.44 years

Diet

Butterflies

Moths

Ants

Mayflies

Caterpillars

Snails

Spiders

Biome

Deciduous Forest

Deers, Raccoons, Salamanders

Beech, Maple, Oak, Hickory Trees

Song

Picture

Range Maps

Range Maps 2

Action Plan

Don't Cut Down it's Habitat

Lower the Water Levels

By sucking the water up in the Great Lakes

Stop Removing Snag

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