General Description: Audubon's Yellow-rumped Warblers (Setophaga coronata auduboni) are flashy little birds with a yellow rump and yellow on the sides, chin, and crown. In breeding season, they have black on the sides of the chest and bold, white wingbars. The chin is yellow - compare with Myrtle Yellow-rumped Warblers.
Taxonomy: Passeriformes, Parulidae. Formerly Dendroica coronata auduboni.
Favored Habitat: Found in all habitats, especially during winter, these birds prefer brushy areas and trees.
Where to Find: Corn Creek, Willow Springs, and the Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve.