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Breeds in eastern United States from Missouri east to southern New York, Connecticut and southern Massachusetts south along atlantic coast to South Carolina; absent over much of the area east of the Appalachians else south to northern Georgia. Occasionally overshoots northern range in migration.
Thick deciduous woodlands with undergrowth, preferably ravines and hillsides.
The diet includes insects.
The nest is an open cup placed on the ground. The clutch consists of 4 or 5 eggs; both adults feed the young.
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