|Common Yellowthroat (Geothlypis trichas)
|Pálpite, Zapata Swamp, Cuba
The Common Yellowthroat breeds from Canada to southern Mexico and winters in southern USA, Central America and the West Indies. It is found in swamps, marshes and gardens.
|The male, shown here, has olive-green upperparts, a black mask with greyish upper border, yellow underparts moving to a pale brown belly and brownish flanks.|