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Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada
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Passeriformes > Parulidae

Yellow Warbler

Setophaga petechia

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Typically yellow overall, but some immatures can be almost completely gray. Some have reddish-brown streaks below. Always looks uniform and plain-faced. Forages for insects in wooded and shrubby areas, often fairly low to the ground. Favors riparian habitats, edges of ponds, marshes, and woods, particularly where willows are present. Winters in Central America.

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