The Lesser Goldfinch is a small bird that can be found in the eastern and central parts of North America. They are fairly common in these areas, but have not been observed as much on the west coast. The male has bright yellow underparts and black on the head, wings and tail.
Western Kingbirds are gray-headed birds with a yellow belly and a whitish chest and throat.
The yellow-breasted brushfinch (Atlapetes latinuchus), also known as the cloud-forest brushfinch, is a species of bird in the family Passerellidae. It is sometimes considered a subspecies of Atlapetes rufinucha.
Great tit. Not to be confused with the blue tit, the great tit is easily recognisable by its yellow breast, blue and green wings, and black and white head.
The Spotted Towhee is one of the most common birds that look like robins but aren’t. Their widespread habitat covers California, Arizona, Washington, Nevada, Southern British Colombia, Utah, Idaho, Oregon, and more.
The chin and throat are grey-white, the breast is cream and brown, and the belly is white or off-white, tinged with brown.
Many birds have yellow beaks, including the common blackbird, American robin, starlings, bald eagle, and magpies. All of these birds possess characteristics that make them unique.
The American Goldfinch is the state bird of Washington. It is common throughout the lowlands of Washington, often coming to bird feeders. The male in breeding plumage is bright yellow with a black forehead, wings, and tail.
#1: Eurasian Blue Tit
These bright blue birds with yellow chests range throughout Europe as well as parts of the Middle East. A small species, they measure around 4.7 inches long with a wingspan of only 7.1 inches.
While some of its relatives are often found in sunny open places, the Yellow-bellied Flycatcher is a bird of deep shade. It spends the summer in spruce bogs and other damp northern forests, where it places its nest on the ground in sphagnum moss or among tree roots.
American Goldfinch. The American Goldfinch is a winter season resident in New Hanover and surrounding counties. In their breeding plumage, the male is an unmistakable bright yellow with black wings and a black spot on the top of his head.
The golden-breasted bunting (Emberiza flaviventris) is a passerine bird in the bunting family Emberizidae.
Small, nondescript brown bird with a short tail, thin bill, and dark barring on wings and tail with a paler throat.
Their heads have a black crown and a bright-yellow forehead. The colors are duller with brown on the crown in winter, and the yellow forehead is also duller.
Juveniles and female goldfinches are less colorful. In winter, males have a dark bill and dull yellow body feathers. One other way to tell the difference between a yellow warbler vs a goldfinch is that goldfinches have white patches under their tails.
Yellow Warblers are uniformly yellow birds. Males are a bright, egg-yolk yellow with reddish streaks on the underparts. Both sexes flash yellow patches in the tail. The face is unmarked, accentuating the large black eye.
Yellow-throated Vireoes are bright yellow and gray birds with olive-colored heads. Their throats and chest are bright yellow, and they have white bellies and grayish-brown backs with white streaks.
The Blackburnian Warbler is an American bird that can be mistaken for the American Robin. It has an orange red breast like the robin, but it has a white belly, whereas the robins belly is red. The birds also have different call notes and vocalizations.
Most Yellow-breasted Chats arrive in Texas from early April to early May when they are considered uncommon to common throughout the eastern two-thirds of the state. Breeding occurs from early April to mid-August (occasionally later, based on egg dates from April 6 to September 15).
The quintessential early bird, American Robins are common sights on lawns across North America, where you often see them tugging earthworms out of the ground. Robins are popular birds for their warm orange breast, cheery song, and early appearance at the end of winter.