Crown and ear-coverts bright rufous-chestnut with intervening long white superciliary; otherwise olive above; bright yellow below.
Habits and Behavior
Usually found in thickets not far above ground. Often cocks tail in a perky manner. Its song is a fast, dry chit-cha-chup-cha-chu weep
, sometimes ending with a chee-weecha
, in pattern reminiscent of a Canada Warbler but in quality rather more like a Chestnut-sided or Yellow.