Living Bird Magazine
Connecticut WarblerOporornis agilis
- ORDER: Passeriformes
- FAMILY: Parulidae
The uncommon Connecticut Warbler is a skulker of thickets, foraging primarily on or near the ground. It breeds in boreal forest and winters in northern South America.More ID Info
- Chipe de Connecticut (Spanish)
- Paruline à gorge grise (French)
- Cool Facts
- The Connecticut Warbler was named after the state where the first specimen was collected. The species does not breed in Connecticut, nor is it a common migrant there.
- The oldest recorded Connecticut Warbler was at least 4 years, 3 months old when it was found in Pennsylvania in 1964. It had been banded in New Jersey in 1960.