The Pink-headed Warbler is a beautiful species of New World warbler. These darlings are found within a small range of highland habitat in Guatemala and Mexico, where they are year-round residents. Their numbers are declining; they face habitat loss and fragmentation, along with other threats.
Pink-headed Warblers have a dark pinkish red body plumage and a lovely lighter pink head. Males and females look alike.
Warbler Week: Four New Birdorable Warblers
We're celebrating warblers this week on the Birdorable blog! We're starting off this Warbler Week with the introduction of four new Birdorable warblers! The Mourning Warbler is a small warbler with a chunky ... more