The male and female Yellow Warbler have a bright lemon yellow plumage. The males have chestnut streaking on their chests.
They can be found in bushes, shrubs and small trees along streams, rivers and wetlands.
They are insect eaters and especially like caterpillars but will also eat mayflies, moths, beetles, mosquitoes, spiders and other insects.
States and Regions Found
Yellow Warblers winter in Central America and northern South America and can be found during breeding season in the northern two-thirds of North America.