Yellow-rumped Warblers

are some our most numerous Warblers in Baja.  Breeding males are dull bluish above with black streaks.  Breast and sides black.  We see these birds in large, chirping flocks, usually near a source of fresh water.



I think this is an Audubon’s Morph Yellow-rumped Warbler. It was photographed in Idaho in Oct. 2011.


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