Golden-winged Warblers are small songbirds with fairly slim bodies and short tails. They have a thin, straight bill that is sharply pointed.
Slightly smaller than a Black-capped Chickadeesparrow-sized or smaller
Golden-winged Warblers are slim, silvery gray birds with golden flashes on the head and wings. Males have a black throat and mask with 2 white facial stripes.
Slim warbler with thin, sharply pointed bill. Females have a greenish yellow crown, a dusky gray throat and cheek, and golden wing patch.
Typical song starts with a long, buzzy note followed by 3–6 shorter, lower notes.
Small warbler. Males have a yellow crown, a black throat, and ear patch, 2 white facial stripes, and golden wing patch. Outer tail feathers flash white in flight.
Females lack the male’s black mask and bib.
Females have a grayish throat and mask and a yellow crown.