Solid black cap, white cheek, and black-streaked back and underparts make the breeding-plumaged Blackpoll Warbler unmistakable.
Blackpoll Warbler profile
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The Bay-breasted Warbler nests in boreal forests, normally with a spruce element, from southeastern Yukon throughout central Canada to the Northern Great Lakes, New England, and Atlantic Canada.... Read More ⟶
Palm Warbler is a largely brownish bird, with distinctive, yellow undertail covert. They have small white corners on their tails which might be seen in flight.
Palm Warbler profile
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Prairie Warbler has a brownish-green back with chestnut streaks, vibrant yellow underparts, black streaking on the perimeters, faint wing bars, a yellow eyebrow and darkish line by the attention,... Read More ⟶
The adult male Blackburnian Warbler in breeding plumage is immediately recognizable by the brilliant red-orange of the throat, higher breast, and face, the place it surrounds a darkish triangular... Read More ⟶
Hermit Warbler is a small, yellow-headed bird with distinctive, unstreaked flanks. They are white under and grey above, with white outer tail feathers and two white wing-bars. Males have black... Read More ⟶
Nesting in the deciduous forest from western Ontario throughout the northern Great Lakes to the Maritime provinces, New England, and south alongside the Appalachians, the Black-throated Blue... Read More ⟶
The adult male Cape May Warbler in breeding plumage is brightly and distinctively patterned, with olive back, yellow rump, strongly streaked yellow breast, daring white wing patch, and yellow neck... Read More ⟶
The Magnolia Warbler breeds in moist coniferous and combined forest from Yukon and British Columbia to Newfoundland and the Maritimes, principally in Canada but additionally within the higher... Read More ⟶