The Magnolia Warbler is easily recognized with its conspicuous black and yellow markings and a distinctive black tail with white stripes on the underside. First discovered in a magnolia tree, it usually nests in either spruce or hemlock trees no more than 15 feet above the ground. Little is known about this warbler as its nests in dense woods are difficult to find, and only a few have been studied systematically. It is abundant in parts of Canada, through the eastern United States and into Central America.
The Magnolia Warbler measures 5 inches from beak to tail, is 3 inches high and has an overall height of 6.5 inches with the stand. All of our life-sized birds are hand-carved from basswood (a very carvable wood that does not split and takes paint well), hand-feathered to show texture and detail and painted with acrylic paint. The eyes are glass, feet are metal and base is wood.
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