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Please follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Texas Department of State Health Services.

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Get Out! Explore Texas Fun Stuff Wild Things

Watch for warblers living in Texas in the fall and winter. In winter, this Wilson's Warbler lives in Texas. In the summer, it flies to northern and western North America.

Many people come to Texas to watch birds during the spring migration. Some birds that stop over in Texas are flying back and forth between Central and South America and Canada! See if you can find these places on a map or globe.


Color the Wilson's Warbler

Fun to Know:

The Wilson's Warbler is olive green on top and yellow on the bottom. Males have a black cap on their head. Females have greenish-yellow heads and only some have a little black on their heads.

Warblers have lovely songs. The Wilson's Warbler catches flies at night. Isn't that helpful to people?