Grace's Warbler

Setophaga graciae

Grace's warbler (Setophaga graciae) is a small New World warbler that specializes in pine woods. Grace's warbler is a small bird, 11–13 cm long. It is mostly gray on top, with broken black streaks across the back and flanks and two white bars on the wings. The throat and breast are a vibrant yellow, and the rest of the underparts are white. It has a yellow half-eye ring under the eye and a long yellow "eyebrow" stripe that starts at the base of the beak and runs above the eye, fading to white after it passes the eye. Grace's warblers breed from the south-western United States to Nicaragua and winter in their breeding range from north-eastern Sinaloa and north-western Durango south. They are almost always found in pine forests, even in migration, though at the northern end of their range (in southern Nevada and Utah and southwestern Colorado) they occur in spruce-fir forest.
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Elizabeth Pusch
Saturday 20 Aug 2022 - 10:20am
United States
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Elizabeth Pusch
Friday 19 Aug 2022 - 12:30pm
United States
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Rajh
Sunday 14 Aug 2022 - 1:40pm
United States
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Erik Haney
Friday 12 Aug 2022 - 11:30am
United States
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