Nashville Warbler (Vermivora ruficapilla)

Nashville Warbler

An adorable small little bird that is both colorful and friendly. I almost always see them in small bushes including choke cherry. They flit around fast so it’s especially nice to finally see one. The distinctive markings are the eye line {all white – all the way around} and can be singled out simply by that with all other warblers and of course it’s strikingly beautiful yellow underparts. Adult males are distinguished by having a red spot on the top of their head.

Cornell Lab’s Id’ing of Nashville Warbler


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