Yellow Warblers are bright yellow birds. Their upperparts have a slight greenish tinge, and their tails are greenish yellow. Their heads and faces are plain, without lines or streaks. Males have reddish streaks down their breasts and bellies. Females are also yellow, but not as bright as males, and they lack red streaks. Females and immatures show a fine, yellowish eye-ring. First-year birds are drab yellow-gray, with yellow undertail coverts.
First Sighting of Year
|Sunday, April 19, 2015||301€“335 Infantry Ter San Francisco CA United States|
|Thursday, April 21, 2016||Eaton Farm Rd Wiscasset ME United States|
|Saturday, April 15, 2017||2102 S 5Th St Port Bolivar TX United States|
|Saturday, May 5, 2018||5 Sea Barn Rd Cape Elizabeth ME United States|