The song of the Louisiana Waterthrush bounces through the forest; loud enough that I can hear it as I drive. This is one warbler that is not a neck-craner. When you hear it, pull over and scan the forest floor for it walks along the edge of woodland streams bobbing its tail and flipping over leaves looking for a snack. Like many of the wood warblers; it will stay and nest with us.
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