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Bob Vuxinic

Crossville, TN, USA


From what I know about the Yellow-throated Warblers, they are insect eaters. So when they arrived, I wasn’t sure that they’d be finding anything to eat at my feeders, except perhaps dried mealworms. To my surprise, and, as these photos show, they found something to eat in all of my feeders, with the exception of the black sunflower seeds.

Yellow-throated Warblers Taking Advantage Of Different Feeders

Yellow-throated Warbler

4 replies on “Yellow-throated Warblers taking advantage of different feeders”

Ken Killam says:

Two came to visit our backyard feeders this evening in Milwaukie, Oregon.

I was unable to get photos, because I was busy looking up their description.

Rob Hoisington says:

I saw one today bugging a couple robins for a turn at the birdbath…very entertaining! I don’t see them very often east of Oregon City, Oregon…

Sandy says:

I saw my first one in southern Illinois yesterday

Jeannette says:

Say yellow warbler at Wher nature center hiking trail.

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