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Prothonotary warbler


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Frank Hernandez 06-Jul-2014 23:00
the yellow bird enjoys feeding on the nectar we put out for the hummingbirds in S. CA.
cindybear28-Sep-2013 23:52
I live in Driftwood Tx & this guy came to my window & sat there as I talked to him.
Cindy
Susan 17-Sep-2013 15:07
Just saw one in my garden this morning here in the North Dallas suburb, McKinney, Texas. Bright yellow and small. First time to see this beautiful little bird and I've lived here 21 years. 9/17/2013... Susan D.
Greg Lavaty03-Sep-2013 12:29
In September Prothonotary Warblers should be well into their fall migration so it is reasonable to expect to see them south of their breeding range at that time of year.
Guest 02-Sep-2013 16:16
We are in Georgetown,TX and we just saw a pretty yellow warbler pair!!! Isn't it a little South for them??
Guest 11-Sep-2011 00:25
I also saw one of these in Kingwood today....very pretty. It was hanging around a crape myrtle in my backyard.
Guest 08-Sep-2011 00:08
I live in Kingwood, Texas and today I saw this bird drinking out of my hummingbird feeder also. It is a beautiful bird and I hope to see it again!
Guest 23-Jul-2011 17:26
Mike Hertel / El Paso, TX

Today, my wife and I were watching our Hummingbird feeder, and a yellow and brown winged bird began drinking. I immediately checked the bird guide and it was this guy. I did not know that this guy was in west Texas.
Jeannie Chapman 26-Apr-2011 23:12
I live in La Porte Texas. I saw a bird quickly enter and exit my yard today that in search of identifying it, the Prothonotary Warbler is very close. It was as bright as a canary. There were some bits of dark which could have been the wings, but not sure. I was within 20 ft, but seemed to perch similar to a house wren. Could it be found in my coastal town?