Chestnut-Sided Warbler breeding adults have a yellowish crown, black eye line and mustache mark, darkish wings with two pale-yellow wing-bars, chestnut on the perimeters, white underparts, and a... Read More ⟶
Yellow Warbler is a vivid yellow bird. Their upperparts have a slight greenish tinge, and their tails are greenish-yellow. Their heads and faces are plain, without strains or streaks.
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A brief-tailed “eastern” warbler, the Northern Parula is predominantly bluish-gray with a greenish back, yellow throat and breast, white stomach, white wing bars, and white crescents above and... Read More ⟶
Orange-crowned Warbler is a very small warbler with a slender bill, damaged eye-rings, and partial eye-lines. They are one of many drabbest warblers, olive-green above and yellow under, with... Read More ⟶
The Tennessee Warbler is a plain yellowish-green bird with a light eyebrow and a skinny, darkish line by way of the attention and may simply be confused with its shut relative, the Orange-crowned... Read More ⟶
The Black-throated Green Warbler is more likely to be confused solely with Townsend’s Warbler, its western counterpart.
Black-Throated Green Warbler profile
The most evident variations are the... Read More ⟶
Distinctive in all plumages, the Blue-winged Warbler is generally vibrant yellow with a greenish-tinged back, blue-gray wings with two white wing bars, and a darkish line by the attention on an in... Read More ⟶