By clicking any of the links in the table below, a map will be pulled up on your screen. Nesting was also found in the northern Panhandle and along the Rio Grande River from Del Rio to El Paso. 1991) found the population to be small (Common Yellowthroat Geothlypis trichas being much commoner here, occurring at a ratio of 7:1). Description: Size: 11-14 cm in length with a 16-18 cm wingspan. SPECIES DESCRIPTION AND DISTRIBUTION The common yellowthroat (hereafter, yellowthroat) is a yellow warbler, 12-14 cm long (Salt and Salt 1976). Male: broad black mask contrasts with bright yellow underparts. Females and young males lack the face mask. Northern populations winter in the southern parts of … At lower elevations, blackberry brambles in wet meadows will also support this species. This map is provided by the website, www.eBird.org, and it shows all the locations where eBird members have reported observations of this species during the selected time frame.For extremely abundant species, a purple color may cover the map. 2. Geothlypis trichas Statewide Status: S:N IBRC Review Species (Winter) eBird Species Map March-November (Migration / Summer) December-February (Winter) All Reports (Review Species Only): Winter records only. Males have a black "mask" whereas females and juveniles lack the mask and have olive-gray upper parts, buffy-yellow breast and … Plumage: Generally olive-brown above with a bright yellow throat and upper breast. Threatened birds of the Americas 2 Guanajuato An apparently healthy population of this species was found on the south side of Lago Yuriria during July 1991 (R. G. Wilson in litt 1991), although in 1987 and 1988, P. Escalante (in litt. The Common Yellowthroat, Geothlypis trichas, is a New World warbler. Breeding distribution: As a bird primarily of ripar-ian woodland and freshwater marshes, the Common Yellowthroat is most numerous in the valleys of the coastal lowland. Yellowthroat Species Photo Gallery. Wetlands in the midst of wet, late-seral forests also support this quite adaptable species. Visit the Bent Life History for additional information. The Common Yellowthroat has greenish-brown upperparts and a yellow throat. Males have a wide, black mask across each cheek and the forehead, with a white line bordering the upperside of the mask. Dark olive upperparts. Many habitats with moist shrubs (such as sites in clearcuts) support the Common Yellowthroat, although these are hardly considered wetlands. Cowbird, the Common Yellowthroat has sustained its numbers in San Diego County better than have many other small insectivorous birds. DISTRIBUTION. Despite a decline in numbers in some areas, which is due to loss of favoured habitat, this species is still very common. 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