Setophaga (bird)

Abundance: 0.00 to 35.71% (median 5.76%)

Latitudinal range: 9.2° to 64.9°

Habitats: (1), Mediterranean woodland (4), boreal forest/taiga (5), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (20), temperate savanna (1), temperate wetland (1), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (5), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (16), tundra (1)

Found in 54 samples

Belize: Belize Groves Management Company Limited (orange orchard #4)

Canada: Avalon Peninsula, Calling Lake (treatment), Calling Lake (control), Tantramar Marshes, Charlotte County, Churchill Falls

Costa Rica: Monteverde

Dominica: Bayac Estate

Guatemala: Finca Caobanal, Puerto Barrios (mist netted birds)

Honduras: Isla de Utila

Mexico: Sierra de Huautla Biosphere Reserve (birds), Rancho Santa Elena, Santa Martha (forest), Finca Irlanda (winter 2001), Finca Irlanda (winter 2002)

Nicaragua: Siuna (birds, primary forest), Siuna (birds, secondary forest), Siuna (birds, allspice), Siuna (birds, pasture)

Panama: Pipeline Road (March 1980)

United States: Pine Swamp, Baldwin County, Mona Island, Guánica, Cold Bay (1970), La Salle Creek Bog, Camarillo Oak Grove County Park, Horseshoe Bend Research Area, Sandrock Cliff (spring), Sandrock Cliff (fall), El Verde Field Station (30 mm mesh), El Verde Field Station (36 mm mesh), William Trelease Woods (gap, spring), Freeville, Lighthouse Tract, Wateree, Lucky Peak (willow riparian), Yakutat, Hopland Research and Extension Center, Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge (spring), Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge (fall), Dawes County (in-channel), Camarillo, Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project (1998), St. Catherine's Island, Wedge Plantation, Laudholm Farm, Clayhead Preserve, China Creek Park, Meyer Cave

Venezuela: Este del Lago de Valencia (dry season), Cumaná

See also Setophaga adelaidae, Setophaga americana, Setophaga caerulescens, Setophaga castanea, Setophaga cerulea, Setophaga citrina, Setophaga coronata, Setophaga discolor, Setophaga dominica, Setophaga fusca, Setophaga magnolia, Setophaga nigrescens, Setophaga occidentalis, Setophaga palmarum, Setophaga pensylvanica, Setophaga petechia, Setophaga pinus, Setophaga ruticilla, Setophaga sp., Setophaga striata, Setophaga tigrina, Setophaga townsendi, Setophaga virens