IUCN Conservation Status: Least Concern
Ken Phenicle Jr.
A denizen of tall western coniferous forests, the Hermit Warbler is restricted to California, Oregon, and Washington. Because it lives in the tops of some of the tallest trees on the planet, it is more easily heard than seen.
eBird Occurrence Maps, Hermit Warbler
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