September 2017

The Tennessee Warbler (Oreothlypis peregrina), one of the most abundant breeding birds of boreal forests in eastern Canada, is another species considered most likely to become a regular breeder in the Alaskan boreal interior by 2040. Evidence of breeding activity has recently been recorded in both interior and south-central Alaska (Gibson and Withrow 2015). Photo by Jacob Spendelow  ( Full paper here


Gibson, D. D. and Withrow, J. J. 2015. Inventory of the species and subspecies of Alaska birds, second edition. — Western Birds 46: 94-185.

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