7 comments on “Orange-crowned Warbler, Potter Marsh near Anchorage

  1. The females, overall, are more drab – grays and muted olives with a bright yellow area just under the tail feathers. Regarding both males and females, Pacific coast populations tend to be more brightly colored than those further east.

  2. I just want to pinch it’s cheeks even though they don’t have cheeks…Thanks or sharing!

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