IUCN Conservation Status: Least Concern
Christopher L. Wood
The Cape May Warbler breeds across the boreal forest of Canada and the northern United States, where the fortunes of its populations are largely tied to the availability of spruce budworms, its preferred food. Striking in appearance but poorly understood, the species spends its winters in the West Indies, collecting nectar with its unique curled, semitubular tongue.
Song a thin, high-pitched note repeated four to eight times. Call note is a high chip.
Tips for Spring Warbler Watching: Story in Living Bird magazine.