Bahama Yellowthroat

It is closely related to Common Yellowthroat, Altamira Yellowthroat and Belding's Yellowthroat, with which it forms a superspecies, and was formerly considered conspecific.

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The Bahama Yellowthroat is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Bahama Yellowthroat, Geothlypis rostrata, is a New World warbler. It is a resident breeder endemic to the Bahamas. It is closely related to Common Yellowthroat, Altamira Yellowthroat and Belding's Yellowthroat, with which it forms a superspecies, and was formerly considered conspecific. The breeding habitat of the Bahama Yellowthroat is dense dry or damp low scrub, usually drier than the areas used by wintering Common Yellowthroats. More

* Bahama Yellowthroat, Geothlypis rostrata * New Providence Yellowthroat, Geothlypis rostrata rostrata (extinct: 1990s?) * Olive-crowned Yellowthroat, Geothlypis semiflava * Black-polled Yellowthroat, Geothlypis speciosa * Masked Yellowthroat, Geothlypis aequinoctialis * Southern Yellowthroat, Geothlypis (aequinoctialis) velata * Black-lored Yellowthroat, Geothlypis (aequinoctialis) More

to the Bahama Yellowthroat and to Belding's Yellowthroat of Baja California, and has sometimes been considered conspecific with these, as well as with other Mexican yellowthroats. Throughout its vast breeding range across most of North America south of the tundra, from southeast Alaska to Newfoundland and south into Mexico, it is one of the most abundant warblers, although in the arid Southwest it is usually found only around watercourses. More

* Bahama Yellowthroat, Geothlypis rostrata * Olive-crowned Yellowthroat, Geothlypis semiflava: Found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Panama. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist shrubland and heavily degraded former forest. * Black-polled Yellowthroat, Geothlypis speciosa: Endemic to Mexico. Its natural habitats are freshwater lakes and freshwater marshes. More

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Bahama Yellowthroat (Geothlypis rostrata) photo Little Abaco, Bahamas April, 2004 More

Harrier and had our first good view of a Bahama Yellowthroat at the edge of town. Abaco 'Jon the Mon'4/2 Friday Arrive at Crown Haven by ferry, Angel Fish Point, Bahama Star Groves, Treasure Cay Golf Course, and Marsh Harbour. The ferry ride to Abaco was fast and we only saw a few cormorants in the distance. At Bahama Star Groves we watched a female Cuban Emerald feed her newly fledged youngster, and we saw our second Bahama Yellowthroat. More

and Bahama Yellowthroat, with which it forms a superspecies, and was formerly considered conspecific. The breeding habitat is freshwater marshes and lagoons, usually with cattails. It builds a cup nest of dead cattails which is usually attached to low on the stem of a living cattail. It lays 2-4 eggs, usually 3. Like other yellowthroats it forages low in vegetation and feeds on insects and other small invertebrates. More

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Bahama Yellowthroat Geothlypis rostrata 2009 IUCN Red List Category (as evaluated by BirdLife International - the official Red List Authority for birds for IUCN): Least Concern Justification Although this species may have a small range, it is not believed to approach the thresholds for Vulnerable under the range size criterion (Extent of Occurrence 30% decline over ten years or three generations). More

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Warbler, Bahama Yellowthroat (similar to our Common Yellowthroat but larger), Bananaquit, the colorful Western Stripe-headed Tanager, Black-faced Grassquit, and the Greater Antillean Bullfinch. The two of us were able to enjoy the birds of Grand Bahama as we ate breakfast on our balcony at the Island Seas Resort. We thought that our life Kirtland's Warbler had appeared in the thickets close to our balcony. More

Stamps showing Bahama Yellowthroat Geothlypis rostrata Bahama Yellowthroat Geothlypis rostrata Bahama Yellowthroat Geothlypis rostrata Bargain of the day! Bahama Yellowthroat Links will open countrypage in new window - Bahamas 04.02.1991 Birds - St Vincent & Grenadines 12.03. More

and a bonus Bahama Yellowthroat on the walk in. The settlement of Staniard Creek gave us great looks at several things. Most memorable birds on this trip was a large flock of Bahama Swallows (low and in great light) and a very cooperative male Bahama Woodstar hummingbird. And the Burrowing Owls were out for our 'Owl Prowl' as usual. More

The Bahama Yellowthroat (Geothlypis rostrata) occurs on Grand Bahama, Abaco, Eleuthera and Cat Island, it is rare on New Providence and Andros. Like in many bird species, the male is more showy than the female by displaying a black mask across his face, giving him the appearance of a bandit! The yellow across his chest and belly is also much brighter than that of the female. Their thin, sharp and pointed beaks indicate that they are insect eaters. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Parulidae
Genus : Geothlypis
Species : rostrata
Authority : Bryant, 1867