Gray-crowned Yellowthroat


(Geothylpis poliocephala)

Gray-crowned Yellowthroat is a very rare visitor to south Texas from Mexico. It is larger than its familiar Common Yellowthroat cousin and has a thicker, more curved bill, facial black limited to the lores, a prominent broken white eye ring, and of course the namesake gray crown.

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