Yellow Stranger

The little patio attracts its share of birds to entertain us.  The past couple of weeks we have been visited by a couple of different yellow birds.  One is the size of a house wren and a pastel yellow.  My best guess is a female yellow warbler.  See if you experts agree.  I am having to make the shots through the glass door so apologies for the less than perfect shots.

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The second is only slightly larger but still not the size of a goldfinch.

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Maybe just a slightly older warbler.  But I am certainly not prepared to declare what it is..

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22 thoughts on “Yellow Stranger

  1. As far as I can distinguish, this may be a Wilson’s Warbler or a Tennessee Warbler….in the Fall, these warblers do change a bit in color patterns, after breeding. But the pink legs and feet make me think it’s either of the two I mentioned. Not sure tho. GREAT photos none the less. To have them so nearby like that is super.


    • Anni, there were about 6 at one time on our tiny patio. They seem to enjoy bathing in a saucer for our rosemary plant! I have several more photos to download and see if I have better shots. Thanks for the information.


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