Thank you LIsa. The Texas Bluebell doesn't quite fit this flower. I did wonder if this is a Gentian of some kind, but they all have the same shape, same darker throats with yellow stamen/pestal (I'm not up on flower parts) no matter the petal color. It's driving me crazy looking for an ID.
I changed the scientific name to lutescens, which is the brighter yellow western species of the Orange Crowned Warbler.
A quote from the Cornell Lab, All About Birds: "The Pacific Coast form, lutescens, is the brightest yellow. Found throughout the Rocky Mountains and Great Basin,"