Yellow Warbler Images, Facts and Information:
- Yellow Warblers are small, uniformly yellow warblers with unmarked faces, rounded heads, tiny bills and jet black eyes. The males have reddish streaks on their underparts. There are other forms of Yellow Warblers found in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. Males in those forms have chestnut on their heads.
- Yellow Warblers are migratory. During the breeding season Yellow Warblers can be found as far north as the Arctic Circle and as far south as southern Mexico, they spend winters in Central and South America.
- Their preferred habitats include thickets, marsh edges, swamps, willow edged streams, bogs, farmlands, forest edges and suburban gardens.
- Yellow Warblers eat spiders, insects and will also eat berries. They forage by gleaning.
- Yellow Warblers lay 3 to 6 eggs which hatch in 11 to 12 days, the females incubate and they are monogamous.
- A group of Yellow Warblers can be called a “stream” or “trepidation” of warblers.
- Yellow warblers can live to be more than 11 years of age.
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