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common yellowthroat subspecies

And this gives me an opportunity to discuss an inconsistency of subspecies treatment that I’ve wanted to bring up. Learn how your comment data is processed. Small warbler, olive above with intense yellow throat. Freshwater marshes and even uplands overgrown with rank weeds like fennel or white sweet clover also offer good habi- tat. The Common Yellowthroat was one of the first bird species to be catalogued from the New World, when a specimen from Maryland was described by Linnaeus in 1766. This is a really helpful resource and tracks well with the groups that we have been working on with eBird and Clements. Lockwood, M. W. and B. Freeman. Common Yellowthroat (Southwestern) – Geothlypis trichas chryseola group . Forages for insects, typically in shrubby, wet areas, including marshes, forest edges, and fallow fields. The species is sexually dimorphic; the male with a black mask is easily identified, while the plainer female lacks this distinctive mark. Thanks Nate. It uses material from Wikipedia.org ... Additional information and photos added by Avianweb. Most birds appear to arrive between mid-March and mid-May. When naming these identifiable subspecies I tend to “reward” species with limited variation, and “punish” complexity. Because the preferred breeding sites of Common Yellowthroat are often small and irregularly distributed, abundance is difficult to characterize. Literature cited:  So if you see one that looks different it’s probably just a local variant and not a visitor from afar. Your use of this website indicates your agreement to these It is an abundant breeder in North America, ranging from southern Canada to central Mexico. 2004). Semip. Also, I’m a bit surprised not to see any mention of a few subspecies (and groups) which I thought were relatively field-identifiable. I can’t find either my letter or a response on your sites. Thanks Matt, I’ve updated English names on these. In reference to: I hadn’t even considered Wayne’s Black-throated Green, but I will definitely check it out. Whimbrel: mention that the “American” form is split in Europe as Hudsonian Whimbrel; I recommend that you use “Hudsonian” rather than “American” else you will upset the Canadians! I’ve seen a 1st cycle ‘barrovianus’ Glaucous barely bigger than an adjacent California Gull, and in South Delta BC a huge, presumably ‘pallidus’ Glaucous from Siberia which towered over the nearby GW’s the way a large male Great Black-Backed would dominate the local Herring Gulls. I would like to share with you some of my observations regarding Western Gull and Glaucous-Winged Gull: Among the subspecies of WEGU, the slightly paler northern birds also seem to average a bit larger. Purple Swamphen: mention that some ssps and ssp-groups are considered separate species, and that birds in Florida are of the form ???? Brown-headed Cowbirds often lay their eggs in the nests of Common Yellowthroats (and many other songbird species). Some discussion of the concept behind the list is here. 2) White-capped Albatross. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. As the only one of our warblers that will nest in open marshes, it is found in practically every reed-bed and patch of cattails from coast to coast. Get Instant ID help for 650+ North American birds. Here is a shot of a bird with the brighter pink legs: http://www.pbase.com/shonn/image/91159052 This particular bird did have a long call that was noticeably lower and slower than what I was used to hearing. I suppose clinality may obscure the first four cases enough that they may not make the cut, but the last seems to be a pretty solid one. However the Lesser Antillean form (true lherminieri if we call the Bahamian birds auduboni) is fairly distinct – at least as distinct as some of the recent splits in this group of Puffinus! (Browse free accounts on the home page.). A rough grouping is listed here, but more study is needed to sort out differences in plumage and song. e-mail: kaarnold@tamu.edu. Wasn’t there at least one record of the eastern Pacific race, S. d. granti, off California (e.g. I could go into detail here if you’d like, but I think that improvements could be made to the entries for B-l Kittiwake, Mew, Herring, Yellow-legged, and LBB Gulls. The area of highest abundance currently is in the extreme northeast corner where BBS participants found an average of 3-10 yellowthroats per 40 km (25 mi) BBS route. The yellowthroat is common in both summer and winter but not sedentary. An extensive multimedia section displays the latest photos, videos and audio selections from the Macaulay Library. One might have been a Herring X GW, but twenty identical adults arriving on the same day? A broad black mask lends a touch of highwayman’s mystique to the male Common Yellowthroat. 2004. Our site uses cookies to collect anonymous information about your use of our website. Common Yellowthroat (Eastern) – Geothlypis trichas trichas group . Hi Mr. Sibley. Two (or three, depending on source) subspecies are present locally. Condor 110(4):718-728] even suggests that they are not sister to the rest of the Great-tailed complex, but are more closely related to the extinct Slender-billed Grackle of the Rio Lerma marshes of DF Mexico. In the Middle East you could get other subspecies from either India or Africa, which might be identifiable in the field, but I’m not familiar with the literature on those.

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