National Geographic : 1942 Jun
The National Geographic Magazine Time Out for a Chat During Lunch Hour The Yellow-breasted Chat, largest of our warblers, in summer frequents dense thickets and woodland borders throughout the United States and lower Canada. It is noted for its whistles and clucks on clear nights. O National Geographic Society Kodachromes by Dr. Arthur A. Allen Swamps and Streams Are Near When You See a Prothonotary Warbler in the South Usually the birds select for their home a cavity in a stump standing in water. Both parents do their share in providing for the young. The male here shown is considerably brighter than the female. Prothonotary Warblers fly across the Gulf of Mexico to winter in Nicaragua and Colombia.