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Yellow cheek, divided by a black eye-line. No yellow on underparts. Male: black above with black bib, crown and black-streaked sides. White belly and 2 white wing-bars. Female and immature male: duller with dark streaks on olive upperparts, chin white or yellowish, with sides of throat streaked. Immature female has less black on underparts.
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No yellow on underparts, distinguishing it from the similar Black-throated Green Warbler.
This is a monotypic species.
Mixed juniper-cedar-oak woodland on the Edwards Plateau in the Texas Hill Country.
Diet is insectivorous. Song - 5 buzzy notes, ending on a high note. Call note: teck.
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