Friday, August 25, 2017

common yellowthroat bird painting

According to, the common yellowthroats broad black mask lends a touch of highwayman’s mystique to the male Common Yellowthroat. Look for these furtive, yellow-and-olive warblers skulking through tangled vegetation, often at the edges of marshes and wetlands. Females lack the mask and are much browner, though they usually show a hint of warm yellow at the throat. Yellowthroats are vocal birds, and both their witchety-witchety-witchety songs and distinctive call notes help reveal the presence of this, one of our most numerous warblers.

This is a particularly handsome fella if you ask me, wonder what his witchety-witchety-witchety songs sounds like?!?

This original 6"x6" oil painting on 1 ½" raised panel with the sides painted gold, ready for display as is, is available for $130 here.

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