02 Willow flycatcher B, M 63 Wilson's warbler NB, M 8 Yellow warbler B, M 34 Yellow-bellied NB, M 6 0.
What does WIWA stand for?
WIWA stands for Wilson's Warbler (bird species Wilsonia pusilla)
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- Within Wafer (variation)
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- Work Is Worship (temporary employment; Grass Valley, CA)
- WSMO (Web Service Modelling Ontology) Implementation Workshop
- Whidbey Island Writers Association (Freeland, WA)
- When I Was a Child
- When I Was A Lad/Lass
- West Indies Women Cricket Federation (Barbados)
- West Indian Whistling-Duck (Dendrocygna arborea)
- What I Would Do
- Wish I Was Dead
- Whidbey Island Woodworkers Guild (est. 2001; Greenbank, WA)
- Wisconsin Wing (Civil Air Patrol)
- Western International Walking Horse Association
- Wire and Wireless India Ltd. (stock symbol)
Samples in periodicals archive:
virens Canada Warbler Cardellina canadensis Wilson's Warbler C.
Every year, as August's warm nights give way to the cool evenings of September, two species of showy yellow warblers--the Wilson's warbler and Townsend's warbler--decorate the trees at New Mexico's Bandelier National Monument.
striata), Connecticut Warbler (Oporornis agilis), Wilson's Warbler (Wilsonia pusilla), and White-crowned Sparrow (Zonotrichia leucophrys), were analyzed independently from long-distance and short-distance migrants known to breed in the study area.
Species such as Wilson's Warbler (Wilsonia pusilla) and Fox Sparrow (Passerella iliaca) are represented by single captures, suggesting species diversity probably would increase if survey effort were greater.
noveboracensis 10 57 -/g * Mourning Warbler Oporornis 9 17 -/- philadephia Wilson's Warbler Wilsonia pusilla 12 11 H/g * Canada Warbler W.
Recent phylogenetic analyses of the Parulidae and Myioborus (Lovette and Bermingham 2002, Perez-Eman 2005, Rabosky and Lovette 2008) indicate the three North Temperate Zone warblers most closely related to the Myioborus whitestarts are Red-faced Warbler (Cardellina rubrifrons), Wilson's Warbler (Wilsonia pusilla), and Canada Warbler (W.
Stopover ecology and habitat use of migratory Wilson's Warblers.