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Cerulean warblerAuthor(s): Scott H. Stoleson; Frederick C. Sechler
Source: In: Steele, Michael A.; Brittingham, Margaret C.; Maret, Timothy J.; Merritt, Joseph F., eds. Terrestrial vertebrates of Pennsylvania: A complete guide to species of conservation concern. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press: 153-156.
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Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe cerulean warbler (Dendroica cerulea) is a small, canopy-dwelling wood-warbler. In Pennsylvania it is listed as a Species of High-Level Concern. Because of severe population declines, it is currently being considered for listing as Threatened under the United States Endangered Species Act.
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CitationStoleson, Scott H.; Sechler, Frederick C., Jr. 2010. Cerulean warbler. In: Steele, Michael A.; Brittingham, Margaret C.; Maret, Timothy J.; Merritt, Joseph F., eds. Terrestrial vertebrates of Pennsylvania: A complete guide to species of conservation concern. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press: 153-156.
- How can we learn more about the Cerulean Warbler (Dendroica cerulea)
- El Grupo Cerúleo: Cooperation for Non-breeding Season Conservation of the Cerulean Warbler
- Advancing our understanding of the non-breeding distribution of Cerulean Warbler (Setophaga cerulea) in the Andes
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