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SCIENTIFIC NAME: Setophaga fusca

STATUS: Uncommon to fairly common in spring and fall, and occasional in summer in Mountain region. In Tennessee Valley region, uncommon to fairly common in spring and fall. In Gulf Coast region, uncommon to fairly common in fall, and uncommon in spring. In Inland Coastal Plain, uncommon in spring and fall.

HABITAT: Found in woodlands.