Throat and breast are yellow, breast band is chestnut-brown and black, belly and undertail coverts are white. The Blackpoll Warbler has 2 white wing bars and pink legs. (Not a warbler.) Immature: Small and short-tailed. Kirtland's Warbler: Rare, medium-sized warbler with black-streaked gray upperparts and yellow underparts with black streaks on sides. Golden-winged Warbler: Small warbler with gray upperparts and white underparts. Female is similar buts lacks mask and has gray crown. These yellowish warblers are hard to spot as they move along high branches to prod clumps of needles with their sturdy bills. The male Black-throated Blue Warbler has black face and cheeks; deep blue upperpart sides; white underpart center. the colour of the undertail. Legs, feet, and bill are black. Male has dark head and breast. of some of these species, along with further detail on determining the
The head has a black mask with a thick white border above, black bill. Canada Warblers also tend to have a back that is more gray than green. Slow weak flight, alternates periods of rapid wing beats with wings pulled to sides. A black band separates a white throat and belly. Broken eye-ring, pale wing bars, wing-flicking behavior. Wings, tail are olive-green. Immatures differ from Blackpoll and Bay-breasted warblers in heavier bill, less contrasting wing patterns, darker cheeks. Eats mostly insects. Focus especially on the facial pattern and undertail, as
Short, weak flight on rapidly beating wings. The Wrenthrush has dark olive upperparts; orange-rufous central crown stripe; slate-gray underparts; short tail. the wing bars are white on all three, and the throat is about as
in the face and/or throat that they can be fairly easily separated. The
Insects make up most of its diet caught on the wing and it also forages on the ground. The only bird with a breeding range confined to Texas. Females are similar, but the black is replaced with light gray. The male has black throat, black ear patch bordered in white, yellow crown, yellow wing patch. Below that, the WFTU
It only eats insects, and forages for them on the ground and in trees. Throat and upper breast are black. Midcrown has yellow stripe with black borders. The female is olive-brown above and light yellow below. The Swainson's Warbler has olive-brown upperparts, pale yellow-white underparts, rusty brown head, whitish eyebrow stripe. is found in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela. The blackpoll breeds in forests of northern North America, from Alaska throughout most of Canada, to the mountains of New York and New England.They are a common migrant through much of North America. Wilson's Warbler: Small warbler with olive-green upperparts, bright yellow face and underparts, distinct black cap. Female lacks mask, instead has yellow face with olive ear-coverts. "Unique faces of the bar"
The White-fronted Whitestart has dark gray upperparts; rufous crown patch bordered with black; broad white spectacles and forehead; black tail with white outer feathers; yellow underparts; The Olive-crowned Whitestart has olive upperparts; black head with yellow crown; black tail with white outer feathers; yellow underparts. In many
A bird true to its name, the Pine Warbler is common in many eastern pine forests and is rarely seen away from pines. Adult males have a gray hood, black patch on throat and breast. The Worm-eating Warbler has olive-brown upperparts, light-colored underparts, black and light brown stripes on the head, slim pointed bill, pink legs. Tropical Parula: Small warbler with blue-gray upperparts, black mask, yellow chin, throat, breast, and upper belly with a diffused orange breast band, white lower belly, undertail coverts. Bay-breasted Warbler: Medium-sized warbler with dark-streaked gray upperparts and buff underparts with chestnut-brown patches on the chin, throat, breast and flanks. Females and immatures are duller in colour than males. When its range overlaps with the Golden-winged Warrbler, it often interbreeds with or displaces it. Eats mostly spiders and insects which it finds in tree branches. It flies swiftly in a direct line for short distances. The underparts are yellow and the upper breast is black. wing bars and those without, but some further subdivisions are useful in
The Golden-browed Warbler has olive-green upperparts; rufous crown, ear coverts; broad golden supercilium boarded with black; mainly yellow underparts. The female has gray head, gray to green back, gray head, white underparts, yellow breast sides. The Northern Parula has mainly blue-gray upperparts with a greenish back patch, two white wing bars, yellowish breast, white belly, white eye crescents. The Gray-and-gold Warbler has mainly gray upperparts; gold underparts; gold center crown stripe boarded by black; light gray supercilium. appearance - each has a unique facial pattern though, more pronounced in
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Prefers to stay high in the crowns of mature deciduous trees, making it difficult to see. Head has a slate-gray hood and bold white eye-ring. Two breeding populations, a mid to northeastern one that doesn't wag its tail, and a Pacific Coast one that does. The Mourning Warbler has yellow underparts, olive-green upperparts and pink legs. White throat; eyestripe is dark and thick, white eyebrows widen behind eyes. The male Olive-crowned Yellowthoat has an olive back, wings and tail; yellow underparts. The Palm Warbler wags its tail. Red-faced Warbler: Medium-sized warbler with gray upperparts, white nape and rump, and paler gray underparts. Bachman's Warbler: Small warbler, olive-green upperparts, yellow forehead, throat, underparts, faint white eye-ring, black crown, bib. These three are among the most confusing of the 'classic' confusing fall
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Fan-tailed Warbler: Small, secretive warbler, dark gray upperparts, red-brown underparts, white-tipped tail. The Belding's Yellowthroat has an olive-green back. Pine Warbler: Medium warbler with plain olive-gray upperparts, yellow throat and breast, blurry-streaked sides, and white belly and undertail coverts. The Common Yellowthroat has an olive back, wings and tail; yellow throat and chest; white belly. Immatures in fall, lacking any yellow, are very similar to several other fall warblers, and frequently end up being called “UFOs,” or Unidentified Feathered Objects. The Colima Warbler has gray to brownish upperparts, pale underparts, white eye-rings, yellow rump and feathers below tail' Males have a spot of orange on the top of their heads. species. that might potentially be encountered at MBO, the total drops to 357. The Magnolia Warbler has gray crown, 2 white wing bars which may merge into white patch, yellow throat. Everyone's learning approach and memory techniques are different. Just mouse over the image to see the name. Note that males have black and reddish chest bands when breeding. Chestnut-sided Warbler: Medium warbler with black-streaked upperparts, white underparts, and chestnut-brown flanks. Adult male has cerulean blue upperparts, white underparts, black necklace across breast, black streaks on back and flanks. Undertail coverts are white. Eyebrows are thick and vary from pale yellow to white. Tail is short with pale buff undertail coverts. Moving south through the eastern United States to the southeastern coast, the West Indies, and . that it IS in fact something different (even if you don't immediately
The sexes are similar, but young birds are duller, with a browner back, weakly yellow underparts. might appear to be at first. Wings are dark with two white bars. You can find all of these on the PQSPB checklist, but of course not at the moment since they’re all headed south. The name comes from the oven-like nests that are created. Female lacks streaks on breast. It usually forages in understory vegetation and dead leaves. Crescent-chested Warbler: Small warbler, gray to blue-gray head, wings, tail. Bill is black, legs and feet are pink. Bill, legs and feet are black. Nonbreeding female has thinner wingbars. Females and juveniles are browner on the back. RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET Regulus calendula p.308. "Upstart redstart"
Immature: Jaw stripe, side streaks. The Hermit Warbler has dark gray back, 2 white wing bars, yellow head, white underparts.