Warbler (Yellow-rumped, Wilson’s)

Yellow-rumped warblerYellow-rumped Warbler (Dendroica coronata) _ Length 5.5″, wingspan 9.25″

What they eat: Insects, fruits, berries, seeds, suet

Habitat: Woodlands, forests

Where they nest: Conifers

My observations: Yellow-rumped Warblers are about the size of a sparrow. Just like their name, both the males and females have a splash of yellow on their rumps, which is an easy way to identify them. Their bodies are a grayish-brown with yellow patches on their sides. They visit our garden during the spring and summer months.

Yellow-rumped warbler









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