Black-throated Gray Warbler
Warblers breed in western North America from British Columbia to New Mexico. They migrate to winter in Mexico and the southwestern United States. Inhabit forests.
Height is 13 cm . Plumage: black, gray, and white. Markings: Striping and a small yellow spot between its eye and bill. Both genders have grey upperparts with black streaks, and white underparts with black streaks on the flanks. Males have a stripe on their head, with a black crown, throat, and stripe below the eye, and white on their chin and above its eye. Females have dull plumage on their head, with a white throat and dark gray cheeks.
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