Yellow-throated Warbler Setophaga dominica
(aka Dendroica dominica)
Yellow-throated Warbler, Soplillar, Zapata Swamp, Cuba, February 2005 - click for larger image

February 2005

The Yellow-throated Warbler breeds in the eastern and central USA and winters in southern USA, Central America and the West Indies. See the distribution map at Birdlife International. It is found in forest, woodland and gardens.

It is grey above with a darker head and two white wing-bars. The throat and chest are yellow while the remaining underparts are white with black streaks along the flanks. The bill looks longer than most warblers.

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