There is great variation in the distance and length of time some birds will fly before they stop to rest and search for food. Some songbirds like warblers could migrate around 30 miles per day during the onset of migration and closer to 200 mile per day in the later stages of migration.
How far do warblers fly?
The birds fly 2,100 miles without stopping.
Do warblers migrate south?
Warblers are some of the most exciting birds to see during spring migration. These colorful spring birds leave their warm wintering grounds south of the border in Central and South America and migrate up to the norther parts of the country.
Where do New World warblers live?
There are about 118 species of New World warblers (also sometimes called wood-warblers ), they are found only in North and South America. They are mostly small birds, smaller than sparrows, that live in woodlands and use their delicately built bills to catch insects.
What do warblers eat in winter?
In addition to providing native plants and native insects, you can also attempt to lure winter warblers into your yard using suet, mealworms, or other high-protein bird food. Here is a link to a great article by the Cornell Lab about suet and other foods to offer birds.