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The shrubs and young trees of the understory and midstory are preferred by various flycatchers, white-eyed and blue-headed vireos, house wrens, hooded warblers, blue grosbeaks, indigo buntings and more.
Canary-yellow warblers and blue grosbeaks forage in the riparian undergrowth.
This atlas is demonstrating a dramatic expansion of the blue grosbeaks to the north and west.
By 10, in addition to several more butterfly species, they had spotted a Mississippi kite sailing overhead, found the nest of a Blue Grosbeak with three healthy nestlings inside, and had a thrilling look at the bird considered by many to be most beautiful of all, the male Painted Bunting.
Upward trends have been recorded for the western kingbird, blue grosbeak, and cliff swallow, among others.
Some 30 species such as the Blue Grosbeak, the Summer Tanager and more than 20 kinds of warblers call Cool Springs home for part of their lives.
2002) found 37% of 30 Yellow-breasted Chat (Icteria virens), 36% of 14 Painted Bunting (Passerina ciris), and 24% of 17 Blue Grosbeak (P.
Summer birds include lazuli bunting, blue grosbeak, Bullock's oriole and hooded orioles that like to nest in palm trees.