Grace's Warbler

Dendroica graciae

Description: Gray above, black streaks on back and crown. Throat, upper breast yellow; remaining underparts white with dark streaks on sides. Yellow eyebrow turns white behind eye.

Song: A series of slightly rising, accelerating “chee” notes.

Produced by: Library of Natural Sounds at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology.

Distribution: Scattered populations from souterhn Nevada, Utah, and Colorado south through Mexico to Nicaragua. Nests in open forests of large pines in southwestern mountains.

Winters chiefly in the Mexican highlands.

Rare migrant in foothills of breeding range mid-April to mid-May.

Status: Common in appropriate habitat.
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