A photo of a yellow warbler

A yellow warbler captured while overwintering in a coffee plantation in San Vito, Costa Rica.

Photo: Chase Mendenhall

Fleeing Winter: A Songbird’s Journey

We spent the spring and summer watching yellow warblers at our favorite parks. Where are they now, and what could that mean for the sustainability of their future wintering habitats?

By Chase Mendenhall, the William and Ingrid Rea Assistant Curator of Bird Conservation, Carnegie Museum of Natural History



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