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Northern Waterthrush
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05/27/2008
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learn which thrushes you might find near you

 

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Despite its name, the Northern Waterthrush is really not a thrush: it’s a warbler. But unlike most warblers, waterthrushes feed on the ground, walking along with rear ends bouncing, hunting for insects at the water’s edge. They winter in the tropics, where they frequent the edges of ponds and mangrove swamps. Where might you find a Northern Waterthrush? Check out Cornell's AllAboutBirds and see.


 
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