Range. - South Atlantic and Gulf States, north to Virginia and casually farther; winters in Florida and the West Indies.

This species has gray upper parts with two white wing bars, the throat, breast and superciliary line are yellow, and the lores, cheeks and streaks on the sides are black. These birds nest abundantly in the South Atlantic States, usually in pines, and either on horizontal limbs or in bunches of Spanish moss. The nests are made of slender pieces of twigs, rootlets and strips of bark, and lined with either hair or feathers, the eggs are three to five in number, pale greenish white, specked about the large end with reddish brown and gray. Size .70 x .50. Data. - Raleigh, N. C, May 3, 1890. Nest 43 feet up on limb of pine; made of grasses and hair.

Yellow throated Warblers Grace's Warblers

Yellow-throated Warblers. Grace's Warblers.

663a. Sycamore Warbler. Dendroica Dominica Albilora

Range. - Mississippi Valley, breeding north to Ohio and Illinois, and west to Kansas and Texas; winters south of the United States.

This bird is precisely like the last except that the superciliary stripe is usually white. Their nesting habits are precisely like those of the last, and the nests are usually on horizontal branches of sycamores; the eggs cannot be distinguished from those of the Yellow-throated Warbler.

Greenish white

Greenish white.

Yellow throated Warblers Grace's Warblers

Yellow-throated Warblers. Grace's Warblers.