Habitat: The Tennessee Warbler will favor clearings, woodland, and forest borders habitats. It seems that is is more abundant in western Panama. Distribution: This species is migratory. It breeds in northern North America and migrate south from southern Mexico to Colombia adn northern Venezuela. Natural History Notes: The Tennessee Warbler is insectivorous and will be usually found in large groups of warblers from the same species. This species likes to forage on Erythrina sp. during winter, eating nectar and berries. Conservation status according to IUCN 2008 Red list: Least Concern (LC). It is a latitudinal migratory species. Characteristics: This species has a total length of 11.4 cm (measured from tip of bill to end of tail). The male has an olive green coloration on the above with a gray crown on top of the head and a characteristic white stripe above the eye. Then, the part below is completely white. The female looks similar but the crown is more olive colored and the stripe above the eye is yellowish instead of white. Also, the throat and the chest show some yellow.