Common Yellowthroat - Geothlypis trichas
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The Common Yellowthroat breeds across much of Canada and the U.S. Winters are spent in Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central America. Year-round populations exist on the Pacific coast, southern U.S. and parts of Mexico. The male is fairly easy to spot because of its black face and yellow throat. They eat insects.