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(Redirected from Dendroica vitellina)
Olive-greyish green upperside with yellow edging on feathers, yellow underside with medium-dark flank streaks. Complex head pattern with supercilium, arch below the eye, and stripe behind auriculars, all in yellow. Female and immatures duller.
 Similar species
Prairie Warbler is more contrasty in both face and flanks and has subtly different facial pattern. It is also smaller.
Polytypic. Consists of three subspecies:
Formerly placed in genus Dendroica.
Dry forests, dry shrubland and urban areas.
Snatches insects from substrates mostly while in flight. Forages from ground to canopy.
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