Yellow-rumped Warbler (Audubon's Warbler subspecies)

Male Audubon's Warbler (Yellow-rumped Warbler) on a fir tree
Male Yellow-rumped Warbler (Audubon's Warbler subspecies)

NPS Photo / Rachel Ames

Size: 4.7-5.5”
Description: Audubon's Warblers are mostly gray with black and white streaks, and yellow patches on the throat, face, sides and rump. Females and juveniles are brownish gray.
Migratory Status: The Audubon's Warbler is the subspecies of Yellow-rumped Warbler that breeds in the Park. They are late spring and summer residents of Rocky Mountain National Park.
Habitat: Breed in mature spruce-fir and other coniferous forests to 11,000 feet.
Diet: Forage throughout the canopy and eat mainly insects.

Last updated: June 24, 2018

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