Yellow-rumped Warbler Images, Facts and Information:
- Yellow-rumped Warblers are large warblers with large heads, long tails with yellow on the face, sides, and rump. Males are brighter and more striking than the slightly duller females.
- Yellow-rumped Warblers are migratory, there are some populations that are permanent residents in a few areas of the country.
- Yellow-rumped Warblers prefer breeding habitat that contains coniferous and mixed coniferous-deciduous woodlands, in the West that can be in mountainous regions from high elevations to sea level on the Pacific coast and in New England on the Atlantic coast.
- The diet of Yellow-rumped Warblers can vary from insects to berries depending on the season.
- Yellow-rumped Warblers lay 3 to 5 eggs which hatch in 12 to 13 days. The females incubate and they are monogamous.
- Groups of warblers can be called a “confusion”, “fall” and “bouquet” of warblers.
- “Butter Butt” is a nickname used for Yellow-rumped Warblers.
- Yellow-rumped Warblers can live at least 7 years.
I hope you enjoy viewing my Yellow-rumped Warbler photos.
Title: Yellow-rumped Warbler perched on burs in front of curly dock
Location: Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, Box Elder County, Utah
Title: Yellow-rumped Warbler perched on blooming Rabbitbrush
Location: Antelope Island State Park, Davis County, Utah