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.
|Scientific Name:||Setophaga palmarum|
|Higher Classification:||American Redstarts|
|Size:||4.9 – 5.7 in|
|Habitat:||Open woodland edges, scrubs, commonly found low to the ground or on the ground.|
|Diet:||Insects and berries|
Male Palm Warbler
Brown backs with dark streaks, yellow faces, yellow eyestripes with brown head crowns. Their bellies are yellow, with chestnut-colored streaking.
Size: 10 to 14 cm
Female Palm Warbler
Dull gray overall appearance with pale yellow eyestripe and belly. Under tail is a bright yellow coloring.
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