Only a few nesting data are referable to the Newfoundland yellow warbler.
Or they make a new story, as I told you the yellow warbler does.
Here he attracts our attention by his rather loud, frequently uttered song, which strongly suggests that of the yellow warbler.
His song is bright and animated, like that of the yellow warbler.
Several others have noted the resemblance to the song of the yellow warbler.
The same authority compares the bird's song to that of the redstart and the yellow warbler.
Only the yellow warbler, of all his numerous tribe, is disposed to be more neighbourly.
The most common nesting place of the yellow warbler is in low willows along the shores of streams.
The yellow warbler, sometimes called the wild canary, flits through bush and tree and trills its gay notes in town and country.
And any one can tell Sunshine the yellow warbler because there isn't anybody else who seems to be all yellow.