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Bluish-gray upperparts with two white wing-bars. Underside including throat yellow (except undertail coverts and abdomen, which are white); face shows a yellow eye-brow but a white sub-ocular crescent bordered in black. Bill dark but possibly with flesh-colored base, and with flesh-colored legs.
 Similar Species
St. Lucia Warbler (not overlapping in range) is the most similar species. Looks similar to a female Northern Parula, but lacks the yellowish-green patch on its back and has a yellow eyebrow stripe. Other similar species are possible in migration.
Found entirely in Puerto Rico including Vieques Island.
Dry coastal scrublands and, to a lesser extent, moist lowland forests.
They nest at heights of 1 to 7 m and 2-4 white, brown spotted eggs are laid.
The diet includes insects.
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