All photographs were taken by Nathan Collie on location at Old Town.

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Conservation Status

Yellow-throated Warblers are common, and their populations have slightly increased in recent years. These warblers still face threats such as habitat loss, collisions with buildings, and pesticide poisoning.


Yellow-throated Warblers breed in pine forests with an open understory, bald cypress swamps, and woodlands near streams. During the winter, they use similar habitats as well as second-growth woodlands, parks, and gardens.