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Related to Geothlypis: Geothlypis trichas, yellowthroat
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Noun1.Geothlypis - yellowthroatsGeothlypis - yellowthroats        
bird genus - a genus of birds
family Parulidae, Parulidae - New World warblers
yellowthroat - small olive-colored American warblers with yellow breast and throat
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Brush (2005) suspected that the Santa Ana NWR birds might belong to Geothlypis trichas chryseola, which occurs upriver along the Rio Grande in Texas and the remaining U.
De las 11 especies migratorias observadas fue posible capturar 23 individuos de cinco especies, distribuidos asi: nueve de Setophaga petechia, cinco de empidonax virescens, cuatro de Hirundo rustica, tres de Catharus ustulatus y dos de Geothlypis philadelphia.
The most frequently observed species during the spring migration were the White-throated Sparrow (n = 5, Zonotrichia albicollis), Common Yellowthroat (n = 5, Geothlypis trichas), and Ovenbird (n = 5, Seiurus aurocapillus).
Nesting Foraging Common Name Scientific Name Guild Guild American robin Turdus migratorius S GI/AO Bachman's sparrow Aimophila aestivalis G GI/Gr Common yellowthroat Geothlypis trichas S/G SI Eastern bluebird Sialia sialis C GI Northern bobwhite Colinus virginianus G GO Red-cockaded woodpecker Picoides borealis C BI Worm-eating warbler Helmitheros vermivorus G GI/SI *S=shrub, G=ground, C=cavity, B=bark, Gr=granivore, I=insectivore, O=omnivore Table 3.
virens (Gmelin), black-throated I O green warbler Geothlypis trichas (Linnaeus), I C common yellowthroat Helmitheros vermivorus (Gmelin), I R worm-eating warbler Iceteria virens (Linnaeus), I C yellow-breasted chat Limnothlypis swainsonii (Audubon), SW R Swainson's warbler Mniotilta varia (Linnaeus), black- I O and-white warbler Oporornis agilis (Wilson), I R Connecticut warbler O.
ClaI site A appears to be conserved in finches and other songbirds examined in this lab, including the New World honeycreepers and warblers Coereba, Dendroica, Setophaga, Geothlypis, Parula, and Basileuterus (Klein and Brown 1994; Seutin et al.
A life history study of the Yellowthroat, Geothlypis trichas.
En Colindres se registraron 54 especies de aves, distribuidas en 25 familias, con una especie migratoria, Geothlypis Philadelphia.