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Warbler Watch

We are taking you on a birdwatching journey that you might say is a little bit of a religious experience.

The Prothonotary Warbler is believed to gets its name from yellow hooded robes once worn by certain Roman Catholic clergymen.

But the life of these brightly colored birds is currently on the dark side.

That’s because their homes are often destroyed to make way for people places… and they are sometimes the naive victims of deadly deception by other birds.

Their story seems to fit well with a continuing saga recorded in the history of Port Royal State Park.

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