The male Golden-Winged Warbler is a grey general with a yellow patch on the wing, black masks bordered by the white, black throat, and yellow crown; the feminine is analogous however much less... Read More ⟶
The hooded warbler, scientific name Setophaga citrina is a New World warbler. In all plumages the back is olive, the underparts are yellow, and the tail has massive white spots.
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The Common Yellowthroat male has a particular black mask with a white border on the top and a vivid yellow throat that extends into its breast. It is yellow under the undertail coverts, with a... Read More ⟶
MacGillivray's Warbler is olive above and shiny yellow under, with distinctive grey hoods extending to its breast. Males' hoods are darkish charcoal grey, and females' hoods are lighter grey.... Read More ⟶
The "mourning" on Mourning Warbler bird's name refers back to the male's hood, thought to resemble a mourning veil.
Mourning Warbler profile
Mourning Warbler is the eastern counterpart of... Read More ⟶
The Louisiana waterthrush, scientific name Parkesia motacilla is a New World warbler, that breeds in eastern North America and winters within the West Indies and Central America.
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A resident of damp, shady deciduous forests, the Kentucky Warbler hops on the ground on long legs, foraging in leaf litter and often staying near cover in dense undergrowth, though it could sing... Read More ⟶
The Northern Waterthrush is a big warbler with a long, heavy bill and a flattish head. Males and females look alike. They are darkish brown above and buff-white with darkish streaks beneath. They... Read More ⟶
Size and construction—giant, full-bodied, long-billed—make the Prothonotary Warbler an unlikely candidate for confusion with different warbler species. It can also be distinctive in plumage,... Read More ⟶