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Myrtle warbler (female)

Setophaga coronata coronata


A small songbird. Females are brown above, streaked body, yellow flank patches. As a Myrtle warbler it is distinguished from Audubon's warbler by its white eye ring and throat.


Spotted on thick underbrush at a Park in Pensacola, Florida.


These birds are insectivorous, but will readily take wax-myrtle berries in winter, a habit which gives the species its name. Experienced birders recognize myrtle warblers with the naked eye by their flycatcher-like habit of making short flights from their perch in search of bugs. They form small flocks on migration or in winter.

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Pensacola, Florida, USA

Lat: 30.42, Long: -87.19

Spotted on Jan 27, 2019
Submitted on Feb 8, 2019

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