Over the years, I have seen far more “Yellow-rumped” or “Audubon’s” than any other warbler species, and I’ve seen them from Florida to Arizona and California. Yet the pleasure in seeing these warblers with four yellow patches (on the throat, wings, and rump) never goes stale. These photos feature the same individual, perched on a spent mullein plant in the large field between Highway 180 and the San Francisco Peaks (Flagstaff, Arizona). They are not published elsewhere.
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