Common Yellowthroat Photo Gallery
Common Yellowthroats are often observed along hiking trails through wet meadows and marshlands throughout the spring and summer across the nation.
What does the Common Yellowthroat look like?
Yellowthroats are a compact and stocky songbird with striking colors. Males have intense yellow breasts and throats, a dark black facemask and olive wings and tails. Females are a dull olive brown with a yellow throat patch.
Common Yellowthroat Habitat
Common Yellowthroat Facts
Common Yellowthroats are plentiful summer residents to much of the United States. Hikers will often hear these vocal songbirds in meadows well before they spot them. Listen for their loud twichety twichety twichety, twich song.