Yellow Warbler (Setophaga petechia)

Yellow Warbler
Yellow Warbler, male - CSU San Bernardino
© Tom Benson
Yellow Warbler
Yellow Warbler, female - Mojave Desert, CA
© Tom Benson

The Yellow Warbler is a fairly common spring and fall migrant on campus in late April to early June and August to October. It is a common migrant and breeding bird in riparian woodlands in southern California.

High Count: 8, Average Count: 2-3

The adult male Yellow Warbler can be identified by it bright yellow plumage with rusty breast streaks. Females and immature males are yellow overall with a narrow white eye ring.


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