Common Yellowthroat on a Stalk

Photo by @heffstoppe

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The Common Yellowthroat perching on a stalk beautifully captured by @heffstoppe on Long Island, NY.

The Common Yellowthroat has the distinction of being a nonconformist as the only warbler that nests in open marshes.

You can find this bird in every reed-bed and patch of cattails from coast to coast.

The Common Yellowthroat hides in the marsh, but its low, rough callnote reveals its presence.


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