What do you grow in Austin, TX when everything you try dies?
I searched and searched the WWW... I don't see anything better than your initial findings of a Yellow-rumped Warbler. The differences between colorations of males, females, and juveniles, plus the winter plumages, makes identification a challenge for us amateurs. It's sure fun when you identify a new one though.
It looks like a yellow-rumped warbler. I looked up white eyed vireo but they have more yellow all over.
Definitely a Yellow-rump. - all other yellow-rumped warblers also have yellow throats (lacking in this one). Nice shot!
Yep, a Yellow-Rumped Warbler. I've been loving all your bird reports, Katina!
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