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Wilson's warbler (male)

Cardellina pusilla


The male has a black crown patch and yellow underparts. Wilson's warbler is a small passerine. They are small and move quickly as they forage through the trees.


Spotted in my backyard. I leave areas with thick vegetation for the birds. Intertwining grape, blackberry, raspberry, boysenberry, Tall Oregon grape, Rhody, and wildflowers along with a variety of trees. These thick undergrowth habitats are essential in attracting a variety of birds.

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Brian38 2 weeks ago

Thanks Tukup.

Tukup 3 weeks ago

Beaut shot Brian. Thanks.

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Federal Way, Washington, USA

Spotted on May 4, 2020
Submitted on May 4, 2020

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