Prothonotary Warbler

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Prothonotary Warbler by Mind Map: Prothonotary Warbler

1. Habitat

1.1. Sandspits

1.2. Slow Moving Water

1.3. Streams

1.4. Willows

1.5. Wet Forested Bottomlands

1.6. Avoid Forests Less Than 100 Hectares

1.7. Swamps

2. Status

2.1. Endangered

2.1.1. Provincially

2.1.2. Nationally

2.1.3. Definition

3. Human/ Natural Impacts on Species

3.1. Snag Removal

3.2. Changing Water levels

3.3. Competition for Nest Cavities

4. Names

4.1. La paruline orangée (F)

4.2. Protonotaria citrea (L)

4.3. Protonotario Reinita (S)

5. Biology

5.1. Weight

5.1.1. 14 g

5.2. Size

5.2.1. 5.5 in.

5.3. Offspring

5.3.1. Commonly 4-6, Often 7

5.4. Wingspan

5.4.1. 7.85 in.

5.5. Lifecycle

5.5.1. 2.44 years

6. Diet

6.1. Butterflies

6.2. Moths

6.3. Ants

6.4. Mayflies

6.5. Caterpillars

6.6. Snails

6.7. Spiders

7. Biome

7.1. Deciduous Forest

7.2. Deers, Raccoons, Salamanders

7.3. Beech, Maple, Oak, Hickory Trees

8. Song

9. Picture

10. Range Maps

11. Range Maps 2

12. Action Plan

12.1. Don't Cut Down it's Habitat

12.2. Lower the Water Levels

12.3. Stop Removing Snag

13. My Resources