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Prothonotary Warbler, Protonotaria citrea Protonotaria citrea, Golden Swamp Warbler, striking,...

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Caption: Prothonotary Warbler, Protonotaria citrea Protonotaria citrea, Golden Swamp Warbler, striking, large warbler, small songbird, loud, ringing "tweet, tweet, tweet, tweet" all on one pitch, one of only two warblers that breed and nest in tree hollows, "Prothonotary" refers to robes of clerks in Catholic church, endangered bird in Canada; Magee Marsh Wildlife Area, Magee Marsh, Crane Creek, Black Swamp Bird Observatory, Oak Harbor, Ohio, USA; WarblerP48620czhs.tif
Location: Magee Marsh, Crane Creek, Black Swamp Bird Observatory,
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