Description: Measuring about five inches in length, the male Yellow Warbler is completely yellow with chestnut streaks on the breast. The eyes are black. The wings and tail may appear grayish. Females are duller and only have faint chestnut streaks upon the breast.
Diet: The Yellow Warbler eats insects.
Range: The Yellow Warbler is one of the most widespread of North American warblers. It breeds throughout The United States and Canada north of the Gulf Coast states. Yellow Warblers that nest in northern Mexico or in the Caribbean may have a chestnut cap. The Yellow Warbler winters in Mexico, Central America and northern South America.
Habitat: Wet, deciduous woodlands, particularly thickets, old fields, wooded parks and suburban neighborhoods.
Status: The Yellow Warbler is common.
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