Range. - Western Mexico, north to Arizona and New Mexico, and also less commonly to Colorado.
This species is similar to the last but has the rump and a patch on the breast, yellow. They are found quite abundantly in some localities, usually on mountain ranges, nesting in hollows on the ground beside rocks, stumps or in crevices among the rocks; the nests are made of fine strips of bark and grasses, skillfully woven together, and the three to five eggs are pure white, specked and wreathed with reddish brown. Size .62 x .50.
Lucy's Warbler. Virginia Warbler.