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    The Yellow-rumped Warbler (Setophaga coronata) is one of the most abundant of our warblers, and at times in migration seems to outnumber all the others combined. It has a bright, loud chip call that is easily learned, but recognizing its trilling song takes practice.

    Audubon’s Warbler (the western subspecies) and the Eastern Myrtle were long considered separate species. This species prefers coniferous and mixed forests, woodlands, and thickets.

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