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  • proper n. A taxonomic family within the order Passeriformes — New World warblers.

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  • proper n. A natural family of New World warblers.

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  • n. New World warblers


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Parula +‎ -idae


  • The highlands of northern Central America are considered an Endemic Bird Area, and these forests are the wintering grounds for many migratory warblers, Parulidae, from the nearctic.

    Central American pine-oak forests

  • The region is a place of arrival of many migratory birds, especially Thraupidae, Parulidae and Accipitridae.

    Magdalena Valley dry forests

  • Molecular characterization of a monophyletic Parulidae.

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  • D. graciae, and it has been suggested that the Parulidae originated in northern Central America and spread out into the West Indies etc during the Pliocene.)

    10,000 Birds


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