Distinctive in all plumages, the Blue-winged Warbler is mostly bright yellow with a greenish-tinged back, blue-gray wings with two white wingbars, and a dark line through the eye on an otherwise plain face. It breeds in the Midwest and Northeast, from the Great Lakes south to northern Alabama, and winters on the Atlantic slope of Mexico and in northern Central America.

 

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