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2011-07-25 14:49:00

FRANKLIN, Pa., July 25, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Pennsylvania Game Commission officials today announced the beginning of a three-year, 700-acre habitat improvement project on State Game Land 314 in the western portion of Erie County to provide "early successional" habitat for species such as the American woodcock and the blue-winged warbler. "Young forests with dense seedlings and shrubs are needed to benefit early successional dependent species such as the American woodcock and...


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2008-08-14 11:24:44

The MacGillivray's Warbler (Oporornis tolmiei), is a small species of New World warbler. They are migratory and spend their summers in temperate forests located in the western United States, and in boreal forests of west Canada. In autumn, these birds will migrate back to Central America, where they will stay in temperate shrublands for the winter. Like all members of the genus Oporornis, these birds are sluggish and heavy warblers with short tails, preferring to spend most of their time...

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2008-08-14 11:15:48

The Mourning Warbler (Oporornis philadelphia), is a small songbird of the New World warbler family. Their breeding habitat is thickets and semi-open areas with dense shrubs across Canada east of the Rockies and the northeastern United States. The nest is an open cup placed on the ground in a well-concealed location under thick shrubs or other vegetation. These birds migrate to Central America and northern South America. These 5 inch long birds have yellow underparts, olive-green upperparts...

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2008-08-14 11:11:31

The Connecticut Warbler (Oporornis agilis), is a small songbird of the New World warbler family. Their breeding habitat is bogs or open deciduous woods near water, especially with poplar or aspen, in central Canada and states bordering the Great Lakes. The nest is an open cup well-concealed in moss or a clump of grass. These birds migrate to the Amazon River area in South America in winter. These nearly 6 inch long birds have light yellow underparts and olive upperparts. They have a light...

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