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 8 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 8 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 5 years ago 4 sec 3.4
A bird foraging in a treetop Locality Guánica, Puerto Rico (Monotypic species)
Juan Sanabria 31 July 2007 8 years ago 19 sec 2.9
PhotosSee all 8 photos
Bird perched on a spiny branch
Locality Puerto Rico
Dubi Shapiro 16 February 2015 1 year ago 5
Bird perched on branch
Locality Guánica Dry Forest Reserve, Guánica, Puerto Rico
Bob Thompson 12 January 2010 6 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 2 years ago 4
Locality Bosque Estatal de Cambalache, Puerto Rico
Paul A Guris 12 March 2012 4 years ago 4
Adult male perched.
Locality Laguna Cartagena National Wildlife Refuge, Puerto Rico (Monotypic species)
Kristof Zyskowski 17 May 2009 6 years ago 3.8
Lateral view of perched bird
Locality Puerto Rico (Monotypic species)
Mikko Pyhälä 3 May 2009 7 years ago 3.2