Yellow Warbler

Setophaga petechia
Setophaga petechia · from Wikimedia Commons (Credit)

My Sightings

Date Location Note
Honeymoon Island Sptwo toned beak is a good identifier
Roosevelt Wetlands-
-In my yard, they are starting to thin out a bit, I think their peak was a few weeks ago.
Fort De Soto@ Fort De Soto, mostly in the mangrove forest but a few others scattered around.
Seminole Lake Park@ Seminole Lake Park, several near the boat ramp. Can be distinguished from Prothonotary warblers by their yellow tail.
Lake Saundra@ Lake Saundra, at least 3 of them, all female or juvenile. They were scattered between a few oak trees.

My Photos

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