Photo Credit: Terry Hartley

Photo Credit: Carrie Threadgill

SCIENTIFIC NAME: Setophaga dominica

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

HABITAT: In breeding season, found in older pine forests and woodlands with sycamores, especially near water. During migration, found in woodlands.