The Yellow-rumped Warbler is common in Western Washington, said photographer Dave Govan, who found the bird on the Edmonds/Lynnwood border. “They normally eat berries and insects, but you might also see them buzzing around your yard, happy to peck at some suet,” Govan added.
What a sweet little Easter egg of a bird!
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