A Common Yellowthroat Warbler Visit

Young Male Common Yellowthroat Warbler
Young Male Common Yellowthroat Warbler in the Sage

Here in Maryland, we seem to be at the very end of the annual fall warbler migration. There are still a few stragglers around but most seem to have already passed through on their way to warmer winter quarters well to the south.

Yesterday though, I was sitting on my back step watching the birds in the backyard and came across this little Common Yellowthroat. He had faint black patches on his cheeks, so I think he is a young male who hasn’t gotten his full dark black mask yet.

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