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WIWAWilson's Warbler (bird species Wilsonia pusilla)
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The most abundant one was the Wilson's Warbler (Wilsonia pusilla).
Doing well: Neotropical birds in the Willamette National Forest whose numbers have increased in recent years: Hammond's flycatcher, warbling vireo, Swainson's thrush, Wilson's warbler, common yellowthroat and Lincoln's sparrow
"I knew this spot would pay off," said Bruce Beehler, spinning around to spy on a spectacularly yellow Wilson's warbler. There was no time to stop and admire either bird, though.
A branch dips revealing a black cap and bright yellow body Flipping through my tattered field guide, Birds of North America, verifies telltale signs of a Wilson's Warbler.
west of the Rockies (in some cases, all the way to the Pacific Coast), you might see orange-crowned warbler, Nashville warbler, olive warbler, Virginia's warbler, Lucy's warbler, yellow warbler, myrtle warbler, Audubon's warbler, Townsend's warbler, hermit warbler, black-throated gray warbler, Grace's warbler, yellowthroat, yellow-breasted chat, MacGillivray's warbler, Wilson's warbler, and maybe American redstart.