Over the last month or so, warblers have come to Florida, and with them, the Common Yellowthroat. The males have a wonderful black mask that makes them easily identifiable in the field, but females are juveniles are a little more difficult to identify. Yet that's part of what I love about these birds--they have so many wonderful looks that they never get boring--at least not to me. So here are some of my favorite photos of the Common Yellowthroat.
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