The American Redstart is a warbler that can be found traveling through Wisconsin in the spring fleeting from tree to tree. The male and female have a difference in appearance but both have relatively long tails for warblers.
Male American Redstart
The male American Redstart is all black with orange patches on belly, wingbar, and tail
The bird has a relatively long tail.
Female American Redstart
The female Redstart looks very different from the male
The female has a gray head with a white stomach, yellowish-orange in front of the wing, on one wing bar, and a yellow band on the tail.
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