WARBLER, CERULEAN
Summary information for WARBLER, CERULEAN
Common Name WARBLER, CERULEAN
Scientific Name SETOPHAGA CERULEA
Status NONGAME, STATE RANK S2S3, GLOBAL RANK G4
Primary Habitat Association Forest - bottomland
Preferred Habitat Occurs in large deciduous forests with little undergrowth but good herbaceous ground cover. Highest populations often occur in floodplain forests.
Distribution Uncommon summer resident in south, rare in north *01*. Has been identified as a "species of management concern" regarding viability of populations in the midwest *29*.
Known to
occur in
these
counties:
ADAIR, ANDREW, BARRY, BATES, BENTON, BOLLINGER, BOONE, BUTLER, CAMDEN, CAPE GIRARDEAU, CARTER, CHRISTIAN, CRAWFORD, DENT, DOUGLAS, FRANKLIN, GRUNDY, IRON, JACKSON, JASPER, JEFFERSON, JOHNSON, LEWIS, LINCOLN, MADISON, MARIES, MERCER, MISSISSIPPI, MONTGOMERY, MORGAN, NEWTON, OREGON, OZARK, PHELPS, PULASKI, RAY, REYNOLDS, RIPLEY, SCOTT, SHANNON, ST. CHARLES, ST. CLAIR, ST. FRANCOIS, ST. LOUIS, STE. GENEVIEVE, STODDARD, TANEY, TEXAS, VERNON, WARREN, WASHINGTON, WAYNE

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