Also known as the ‘summer yellowbird’
Yellow Warblers are small and uniformly yellow in colour.
Their faces are unmarked, with beady black eyes and a stout bill.
The birds are native to North, South and Central America.
You can find them at the top of tall shrubs and tall trees.
They hop between branches restlessly looking for caterpillars and other bugs to eat.
The males sing out a sweet whistled melody.
Their nests are deep and cupped and made from grasses, bark and spider webs.