The Palm Warbler, Setophaga palmarum, is one of the more easily recognized warblers due to its constant tail-bobbing behavior. There are two subspecies of Palm Warbler, which can be distinguished by their belly coloration. The eastern has a yellow underwash, whereas the western has white.
Black Swamp Bird Observatory, Ohio, USA
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