There was the parula, or blue yellow-backed warbler; the black-throated green warbler and one known by the bright color of its little, bitsy haunches: the yellow-rumped warbler.
What does BTNW stand for?
BTNW stands for Black-Throated Green Warbler (bird species)
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The point count data for the old regrowth forest patches also recorded three bird species that were not documented in the OBBA II regionallist: the black-throated green warbler (Dendraica virens), black-and-white warbler (Mniotilta varia), and summer tanager (Piranga rubra).
Spatial variation in foraging of the black-throated green warbler along the shoreline of northern Lake Huron.