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Yellow-throated Warbler

Setophaga dominica

Description:

5" (13 cm). Gray, unstreaked upperparts, bright yellow throat, white belly, black-and-white facial pattern, heavy black streaks on sides. Sexes al

Habitat:

Forests of pine, cypress, sycamore, and oak, in both swampy places and dry uplands. United States from llinois, Ohio, and New Jersey south to Missouri, Texas, Gulf Coast, and northern Florida.

Notes:

Abundant at Ritter Springs Park, Springfield, MO.

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2 Comments

albear1960
albear1960 7 years ago

Thanks for the expert advice Fyn.

Fyn Kynd
Fyn Kynd 7 years ago

Image #2 is a Yellow-rumped Warbler, not a Yellow-throated.

albear1960
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albear1960

Missouri, USA

Spotted on Apr 26, 2014
Submitted on Apr 26, 2014

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