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Yellow throated warbler

Setophaga dominica

Description:

Very small wren sized bird (2-3 inches from beak to tail) with grey upperparts and wings, with double white wing bars. Their throats are yellow, and the remainder of their underparts are white, and are streaked with black on the flanks. Their heads are strongly patterned in black and white,

Habitat:

These, possibly two, individuals are living in a man made palm and hardwood hammock in a man made reclaimed water nature preserve. 3-35 feet about the ground.

Notes:

These individuals are quite a ways south of where it might be expected at this time of the year. Normally not expected in south Florida until winter.

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Mick G
Spotted by
Mick G

Boynton Beach, Florida, USA

Lat: 26.53, Long: -80.07

Spotted on Aug 17, 2014
Submitted on Sep 2, 2014

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