Small warbler with gray upperparts, a yellow throat, and a yellow eyebrow. Note white wing bars and white outer tail feathers visible in flight.
Females are paler overall than males, but share the same features: gray back, 2 white wingbars, yellow eyebrow, and yellow throat.
Breeds in pine forests in the West. Gray above with a yellow eyebrow and throat. Tail flashes white in flight.
- 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 DescriptionImmature similar to adult, but duller, browner, and less streaked.
Relative Sizesparrow-sized or smaller
- Both Sexes
- Length: 4.7 in (12 cm)
- Weight: 0.3-0.3 oz (7-9 g)
- Wingspan: 7.9 in (20 cm)
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