Photo Credits: Terry Hartley
Due South Photography

Photo Credit: Carrie Threadgill

SCIENTIFIC NAME: Setophaga americana

STATUS: Breeder. In Gulf Coast region, common in spring, summer, and fall, and occasional in winter. In Inland regions, common to fairly common in spring, summer, and fall. Lowest Conservation Concern.

HABITAT: Found in tall trees along streams, swamps, and lakes. During migration found in woodlands.