Photo Credits: Michael Woodruff

Photo Credits: Michael Woodruff

Wilson's Warbler (Cardellina pusilla)

STATUS: Native, Migratory, Least Concern

DESCRIPTION: Adults weigh 0.2-0.4 oz. and have a wingspan of 5.5-6.7 in.

HABITAT: Wilson’s Warblers live in thickets near water.

DIET: They eat insects, arachnids, and berries.

NOTES: Their most common call is a kissy sounding “chip.” Like the Nashville Warbler, Wilson’s Warblers are considered “Climate Threatened.” They are protected on the US Migratory Bird lists.

FREQUENCY: Uncommon