Northern Waterthrush

Parkesia noveboracensis
Conservation Status: Least Concern

The Northern Waterthrush is a migratory visitor to waterways throughout T&T. Most often seen from September through May, it feeds on a variety of invertebrates. It is typically found on or near the ground.

Wing Span: 21-24 cm
Length: 12-15 cm
Weight: 15-19 g
Northern Waterthrush, Apr 2018

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