Next comes a myrtle warbler, eager to show us the yellow on his crown, on his two sides and the lower part of his back.
Harold S. Peters lists two lice, two flies, and two mites as external parasites on the myrtle warbler.
He was a little smaller than Fidget the myrtle warbler and quite as restless.
He refers to the ordinary call-note as a distinctive chet, suggesting that of the myrtle warbler, but thinner.
Its song bears a marked resemblance to that of the Parula and its call-note is said to be like the tchep of the myrtle warbler.