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12â€“13 cm (4Â¾-5Â¼ in)
Females have a dark cap and cheek stripe, and a yellow throat.
 Similar species
Black-throated Green Warbler is very similar, differing in a lighter cheek patch, a narrow yellowish band across the vent, and a whiter (less yellow) throat in females and immatures.
Breeds along northwestern coast of North America from southeastern Alaska and southern Yukon Territory south to Oregon, Idaho and western Montana.
Coniferous forests with large trees on the coast.
Their diet consists almost entirely of insects and arthropods. They also eat some seeds and honeydew.
They construct a bulky cup nest, formed from strips of bark, twigs, lichen and grass; it is lined with hair. It is placed on a tree branch. Their clutch contains 4-5 eggs.
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