Yellow-rumped Warbler Photo Gallery
To see a Yellow-rumped Warbler in the wild, take a summer hike along a trail with some elevation through evergreen forests in the west, or head to the hardwoods of the southeast in the winter.
What does the Yellow-rumped Warbler look like?
Yellow-rumped Warblers are a spectacular observation for birders. Males are a streaked gray with lighter breasts. They have brilliant yellow rumps, crowns and side patches. Females are a duller gray brown with yellow rumps and side patches.
Yellow-rumped Warbler Habitat
Yellow-rumped Warbler Facts
Yellow-rumped Warblers are beautiful songbirds. They rush to the wests evergreen forests each summer to breed. Their distinctive trill-like song of tyew-tyew-tyew-tyew, tew-tew-tew often lets hikers know their presence along trails before they are seen.