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- n. Either of two New World warblers, Seiurus motacilla (the Louisiana waterthrush) and Seiurus noveboracensis (the Northern waterthrush).
Northern waterthrush Parkesia noveboracensisA migratory bird, found predominantly in North America, with a throat lightly streaked brown to black.
Among the numerous bird species found here are the prothonotary warbler, white-eyed vireo, wood duck, yellow-billed cuckoo, Louisiana waterthrush, and all the species found in the Southeastern Mixed Forest.
Wooded areas of the Bluff Hills (74a) are near enough to the streams and wetlands of the Mississippi Alluvial Plain (73) to provide suitable habitat for the Louisiana waterthrush.
Catherine Elwell of District Township reported that she heard her first Louisiana waterthrush singing from the creek near her home last week, pretty much on time.
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