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Coulee Region Audubon Society Bird Quiz

You've been sitting quietly in an old field among some hawthorn bushes and small sumacs. A small yellow bird lands on a branch nearby, throws back its head and sings. The first note is a whistle, but the second note sounds more like and insect call than a bird song. After about a minute the bird repeats the two notes. A second bird that looks exactly like the first appears, carrying some dead insects, and flies down to a clump of grass nearby. Just before it disappears among the grasses you notice the black line through its eye. What kind of bird are they?
Yellow Warbler
Common Yellowthroat
Mourning Warbler
Blue-winged Warbler
 
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