Yellow bird

by Karen
(Vancouver, WA )





I am trying to figure out what this little yellow bird is that visited my suet feeder the other day. I've looked in a bird book and been searching online, but can't seem to find a match. Hoping you can help me with this one. Thanks.

Karen Williams

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Dec 13, 2011
THANK YOU!!!
by: Karen

Thanks so much everyone! This little bird was not in my "Birds of Washington" book. I appreciate the help!

Dec 13, 2011
THANK YOU!!!
by: Karen

Oh yes, I do believe that is it. I have a little book of birds of Washington state, but that bird is NOT in it. When I Googled images of Townsend Warbler it came up perfectly!!! Thank you so much. I've only seen him the one time but keep hoping he comes back. He's quite cute!

Thanks again for all your help!!!

Dec 12, 2011
Townsend Warbler
by: Judy-Seattle

Hi Karen! Wow! What a treat! Your little visitor is a Townsend Warbler. I live in Seattle and have had one visit my feeder once or twice at this time of year. I noted in my bird book that I saw one in October of last year.

Dec 12, 2011
yellow bird
by: Anonymous

looks like a townsend's warbler

Dec 12, 2011
Warbler
by: Joyce Harasemchuk

Could your little visitor be a Townsend's Warbler.

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