Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Yellow-rumped Warbler

This Yellow-rumped Warbler has been staying close to the suet feeder during this wet, chilly week, adding some welcome variety to the regular clientele of Juncos and Finches in my yard. The lack of a white line over the eye (the supercilium) and the pale gray ear coverts and nape indicate that it must be the "Audubon's" form. From another angle the throat also showed a faint, but definite yellowish tint.


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