Yellow-rumped warbler (Setophaga coronata)
Of all the warblers that live in Ontario during the warmer months, Yellow-rumped Warblers are the hardiest: the first to arrive in spring and the last to leave in fall.
Can you guess how this warbler got it's name?
Still, I was surprised to see this one was still here a couple of weeks ago, foraging on a beach on the northern side of Lake Ontario.
Insect eaters during the warmer months, they readily change over to eating berries in the fall.
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