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5 1/2 in (14 cm)
Female and immature similar but duller; often lack yellowish colour on breast.
Eastern North America from southeastern corner of Manitoba, northern Minnesota, and northern and central Wisconsin east to Pennsylvania, New York and New England; scattered throughout much of the midwest; and from eastern Texas and Oklahoma east to New Jersey and south to Florida. Rare vagrant in the western United States.
Formerly placed in genus Dendroica.
There are 4 subspecies1:
Pine forests. In migration often found at feeders.
They build nests deep, open cup shaped, placed near the end of a tree branch, preferably pine trees
Includes insects, seeds and berries
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