Black and White Warbler
(Mniotilta varia)
Photographed in Camden Hills State Park, Maine, and Theodore Roosevelt Island, District of Columbia, and Corkscrew Swamp in Florida, by Jim Rosso

As the top photo shows, the Black and white Warbler can often be found feeding along the trunk of a tree. The

picture in the middle shows a Black and White Warbler with what looks like a spider.

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