|Female Baltimore Oriole feeding alongside the little Cape May Warbler male|
The Cape May's semi-tubular tongue is unique among wood warblers and allows them to feed on flower nectar while wintering in the tropics and during migration.
They are named after Cape May, New Jersey, where Alexander Wilson first described them. But after that first time, Cape May Warblers were not recorded in Cape May for more than 100 years.
Michigan warblers begin migrating http://goo.gl/37QhV
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Blackpoll Warbler: Greatest warbler migrant http://goo.gl/GcST