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Despite its name, the Northern Waterthrush is really not a thrush: itâ€™s a warbler. But unlike most warblers, waterthrushes feed on the ground, walking along with rear ends bouncing, hunting for insects at the waterâ€™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.