Louisiana Waterthrush


Description

(Parkesia motacilla) -- Louisiana Waterthrush The ringing song of the Louisiana Waterthrush, in cadence so like the rushing streams that are its home, is one of the first signs of spring in eastern North America. Its brown plumage and bold streaking help explain why this member of the warbler family has the word “thrush” in its name. At all seasons, this species stays close to moving water—especially forested streams and creeks—and bobs its rear end almost constantly. In both spring and fall, Louisiana Waterthrushes are among the earliest migrant warblers. Read more at: <a href="https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Louisiana_Waterthrush/overview" rel="noreferrer nofollow">www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Louisiana_Waterthrush/overview</a>

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Louisiana Waterthrush

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