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Yellow-rumped warbler

Setophaga coronata


The Yellow-rumped warbler is a large species of warbler it has a yellow patch on its rump, white tips on tail feathers, some yellowing directly below the wing, and bold wing bars.


Prefer conifer forested areas, but in winter are often found in bushes and other shrubbery areas Throughout North America.

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Lukas Ferrenburg
Lukas Ferrenburg 10 years ago

Thanks Susan!

SusanEllison 10 years ago

great close up

Lukas Ferrenburg
Lukas Ferrenburg 10 years ago

I "pished" it out of some thickets usually a great way to get birds to come closer to you and usually stay still.

alicelongmartin 10 years ago

How did you get it to sit still?

Lukas Ferrenburg
Spotted by
Lukas Ferrenburg

Oregon, USA

Spotted on Oct 26, 2012
Submitted on Oct 26, 2012

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