Baking: Yellow-rumped Warbler

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Setophaga coronata

Length: 4-6 in Wingspan: 7-9 in Weight: 0.4-0.5 oz

Identification:

Blue-gray back with black streaking. Variable black streaking on breast. Yellow rump, crown, and side. Audubon subspecies has yellow throat, while Myrtle has white.

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Distribution:

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Range map by All About Birds

Cool Facts:

Yellow-rumped Warblers are versatile and abundant songbirds with two distinct subspecies spread across North America – the yellow-throated Audubon’s Warbler in the west, and white-throated Myrtle Warbler in the north and east.

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References:

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