All photographs were taken by Nathan Collie on location at Old Town.

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Conservation Status

Magnolia Warblers have a steady population which has slightly increased in recent years. One of the threats they face during migration are collisions with tall buildings and towers, which kill about a billion birds each year.


Magnolia Warblers often breed in dense patches of conifer trees, especially spruce in the north and hemlock in the south. During migration they forage in dense areas along forest edges and parks. During winter, they can be found in a variety of areas including plantations, orchards, forests, and thickets.