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Do you like to have a morning cup of coffee as you watch the early-bird arrivals at your back-yard feeders? If so, you may want to thank some of the warblers and other neotropical migrants that consume tiny insect pests injurious to coffee farms.

The website provides an archive of interesting reading material about the connections between coffee farming and many neotropical birds. According to a profile on the black-throated blue warbler at the website, this particular warbler has a strong affinity for win-tering on coffee farms.

Here is a great article by the Bristol Herald Courier – Enjoy!  Click here to read more!