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Grace's Warbler

Setophaga graciae ORDER: PASSERIFORMES FAMILY: PARULIDAE

IUCN Conservation Status: Least Concern

A warbler of southwestern pine forests, the Grace's Warbler is a bird of the tree tops. It is found in mature pines from Nevada to Nicaragua.

Appearance

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Typical Voice

Adult Description

  • Small songbird.
  • Yellow chin, throat, and breast.
  • Back gray.
  • Belly white.
  • Black streaks down sides of chest and flanks.
  • Short yellow eyestripe.
  • Yellow crescent under eye.
  • Two white wingbars.
  • White spots in tail.

Immature Description

Immature similar to adult, but duller, browner, and less streaked.

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