All photographs were taken by Nathan Collie on location at Old Town.
Palm Warblers are fairly common and have a stable population. However, their breeding region in Canada is vulnerable to development, logging, and climate change. This could threaten the species’ population in the future.
Palm Warblers breed in bogs and areas with scattered evergreen trees and thick ground cover in the boreal forest. During migration they stop in weedy fields, forest edges, fence rows, and other areas with scattered trees and shrubs. They can also be found in second-growth forest patches, marshes, prairies, parks, and coastal scrub.