|B L||W W||W||Family||Latin Name|
|4.75" 12.1cm||7.5" 19.1cm||0.3oz 8.5g||Parulidae||Leiothlypis ruficapilla|
The Nashville Warbler is one of the most abundant warblers seen in North America. This warbler is identified by its yellow throat and breast, grey head with a narrow red stripe through its crown and it has a green back. The red stripe is most often not seen. It is a common warbler seen during the migration periods. This warbler spends the winter months in the warmer tropical countries and it has been seen as a migrant in Cuba.