|Magnolia Warbler (Dendroica magnolia)
The Magnolia Warbler breeds in Canada and north-eastern USA and winters in Central America and the West Indies. On migration it is found in forest, woodland and gardens.
|The winter plumage is much duller than the "black & yellow" appearance of the breeding plumage. Here the first two photos show the grey head, the greyish-olive back with black arrow-head spots and the yellow underparts with black streaks. From below, the tail is white with a broad black band to the tip. From above the tail shows two broad white bands at the middle of the outermost tail feathers.|