By Robert Walls
Common: Swainson's warbler
Scientific: Limnothlypis swainsonii
Is it endangered, threatened or extinct?
How many are still alive?
- The oldest recorded warbler was a male and it was 9 years.
- These birds eat small insects and spiders.
- It was named after William Swainson, an English ornithologist.
- They are small species of the New World warbler.
- They begin breeding at 10 months of age.
Why are they declining?
What is being done to help the population grow?
There are no measures being taken as of now.