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Louisianna Waterthrush - A Unique Warbler

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This Louisiana Water thrush was a surprise on the Backyard Florida trail cam when I returned after a long trip recently. Louisianan and Northern Water thrushes are actually warblers that look a lot like thrushes and hang around near water – thus the name water thrush.

They both incessantly wag their tails, or in fact dip their whole bodies – the wagtail warblers as I call them. This is not typical habitat for a Louisiana Water thrush who favor moving water of streams while the northern water thrush like more stagnant water in woodlands. This is better habitat for the migratory northern water thrush which will be passing through Florida starting about now, but this bird with bold white eyebrows and lack of streaking on a mostly white throat is most likely a Louisiana water thrush making do in a seasonal wet/dry forest behind Backyard South.

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