Yellow Warbler

Scientific: Dendroica petechia
Norwegian: Gulparula

The Yellow Warbler  is 4-7 inches and lives on the edges of marshes, leafy bogs, and orchards. They migrate and only live around here during the summer. They nest low in trees and eat mainly insects. There are over 50 different warblers and several have been seen on the Norwegian Ridge Birding and Nature Trails. Both the male and female are yellow with light brownish/gray wings, but the male is brighter and has the chestnut streaks on his chest. They are also known for their large black eyes and thin black beak.

Yellow Warbler Sound