Palm Warbler

Palm Warbler

Palm Warbler birds are yellow and brown birds with rusty brown head caps that are relatively common throughout Wisconsin during the spring and fall migration.

The Palm Warbler

Size: 10 to 14 cm

Male: brown backs with dark streaks, yellow faces, yellow eyestripes with brown head crowns. Their bellies are yellow, with chestnut-colored streaking.

Male Palm Warbler
Male Palm


Female: dull gray overall appearance with pale yellow eyestripe and belly. Under tail is a bright yellow coloring.

Female Palm


Diet: Berries and insects. The Warbler forages on the ground more than most warblers while bobbing its tail up and down.



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