|Northern Parula Setophaga americana
(aka Parula americana)
The Northern Parula breeds in south-east Canada and the eastern USA and winters in Florida, Central America and the West Indies. See the distribution map at Birdlife International. It is found in forest and woodland where it feeds very actively for insects and often hangs upside down.
|Upperparts are bluish-grey with a distinctive greenish yellow patch on the back. It has two white wingbars and a broken white eye-ring. The chin and breast are yellow while the belly and spots on the tail are white. The male (photos 3 and 4) has a dark band across the breast.|
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