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There are two photos on this page:

1. Yellow Warbler that was
successfully treated for cat bites

Yellow Warbler that was successfully treated for cat bites.

2. Yellow Warbler, top view,
ready for release

Yellow Warbler top view, ready for release.

This small yellow bird belongs to the Warbler family and eats mostly insects. They are fairly tolerant of humans, and generally nest in trees. These birds are frequent hosts to parasitic Cowbirds during breeding season. Yellow Warblers winter from Mexico to Peru.

Suffering wounds from a cat attack, this Yellow Warbler was treated and made a full recovery.

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