September 29, 2013
A fall visitor
This is a Wilson's Warbler with his black cap.
It winters in Central America.
Underparts entirely yellow.
Back olive green.
Plain dark wings and tail.
Male with black cap
Breeds in shrub thickets of riparian habitats, edges of beaver ponds, lakes, bogs, and overgrown clear-cuts of montane and boreal zone. Winters in tropical evergreen and deciduous forest, cloud forest, pine-oak forest, and forest edge habitat; also found in mangrove undergrowth, secondary growth, thorn-scrub, dry washes, riparian gallery forest, mixed forests, brushy fields, and plantations.
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Photo taken at Rondeau Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.