Adelaide's Warbler (Dendroica adelaidae) - HBW 15, p. 754
French: Paruline d'Adélaïde
Spanish: Reinita Puertorriqueña
Taxonomy: Dendroica adelaidae S. F. Baird, 1865, Puerto Rico.
Forms a superspecies with D. dominica, D. graciae, D. subita and D. delicata. Formerly considered conspecific with last two, but the three have recently been shown to have a level of genetic differentiation similar to that of some continental American species. Monotypic.
Distribution: Puerto Rico and Vieques I.
- Least Concern Enlarge map
A bird preening and flying to another tree Locality Guánica, Puerto Rico (Monotypic species)
Juan Sanabria 31 July 2007 7 years ago 41 sec 3.9
A bird being curious with its reflected image in the rear-view mirror of a car Locality Guánica, Puerto Rico (Monotypic species)
Juan Sanabria 31 July 2007 7 years ago 17 sec 3.8
a very active individual foraging at inside of the forest understorey Locality Bosque Seco de Guánica, Puerto Rico
DAVID ASCANIO 15 April 2010 4 years ago 4 sec 3.4
A bird foraging in a treetop Locality Guánica, Puerto Rico (Monotypic species)
Juan Sanabria 31 July 2007 7 years ago 19 sec 2.9
PhotosSee all 8 photos
Bird perched on a spiny branch
Locality Puerto Rico
Dubi Shapiro 16 February 2015 12 weeks ago 4.8
Bird perched on branch
Locality Guánica Dry Forest Reserve, Guánica, Puerto Rico
Bob Thompson 12 January 2010 5 years ago 4.5
standing on for a seconds in the mirror of our van
Locality Humacao Wildlife Refuge, Puerto Rico
Luis R Figueroa 12 October 2013 1 year ago 4
Locality Bosque Estatal de Cambalache, Puerto Rico
Paul A Guris 12 March 2012 3 years ago 4
Adult male perched.
Locality Laguna Cartagena National Wildlife Refuge, Puerto Rico (Monotypic species)
Kristof Zyskowski 17 May 2009 5 years ago 3.8
Lateral view of perched bird
Locality Puerto Rico (Monotypic species)
Mikko Pyhälä 3 May 2009 6 years ago 3.2