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A beautifully lit palm warbler pauses on a papaya branch on a crisp, sunny winter day in Fort Myers, Florida. These tiny warblers can weigh up to .4 ounces, yet spend their summers in Canada as far north as the Arctic Circle, and travel all the way to the coastal Southeast every winter.
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A beautifully lit palm warbler pauses on a papaya branch on a crisp, sunny winter day in Fort Myers, Florida. These tiny warblers can weigh up to .4 ounces, yet spend their summers in Canada as far north as the Arctic Circle, and travel all the way to the coastal Southeast every winter.