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June 2014 - Yellow-rumped (Audubon's) Warbler
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Yellow-rumped (Audobon's) Warbler

Yellow-rumped (Audubon's) Warbler, Dendroica coronata

With its patches of bright yellow, the delightful Yellow-rumped Warbler is easy to recognize, especially if the bird sits still for a moment and you can spot the yellow rump, as seen in the photograph below.

The Yellow-rumped Warbler is an inhabitant of mixed forests where is searches for and feeds on insects, caterpillars and occasionally berries.
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Yellow-rumped (Audobon's) Warbler
There are two populations of Yellow-rumped Warblers in Canada and the United States: Audubon's and Myrtle. Although they are similar in appearance, they are easy to distinguish as the Audubon's' has a yellow throat while the Myrtle's has a white one.
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