Medium-sized, long-legged warbler. Entirely yellow below and olive-green above. Males have black sideburns and crown.
Long-legged warbler of the understory. Entirely yellow below and olive-green above. Females also have dark sideburns, but they are often grayer and the cap is often smaller and mottled black or gray.
Call is a sharp, somewhat metallic chip. Song is a rapid series of two-parted notes, all on the same pitch.
Medium-sized warbler of the understory. Yellow below with a black crown and sideburns.
Males and females are entirely yellow below.
Typically stays close to the ground in fairly dense forest understory.
- Small songbird.
- Underparts entirely yellow.
- Back olive green.
- Black "sideburns" down side of face and throat.
- Yellow eyestripe wrapping around back of eye to form spectacles.
- No wingbars or tail spots.
Immature DescriptionImmature like adult, but duller.
Relative Sizesparrow-sized or smaller
- Both Sexes
- Length: 5.1 in (13 cm)
- Weight: 0.5-0.5 oz (13-14 g)
- Wingspan: 7.9-8.7 in (20-22 cm)
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