Length: 4-6 in Wingspan: 7-9 in Weight: 0.4-0.5 oz
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.
Range map by All About Birds
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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