Definition of Myrtle warbler
1. Noun. Similar to Audubon's warbler.
Generic synonyms: New World Warbler, Wood Warbler
Group relationships: Dendroica, Genus Dendroica
Lexicographical Neighbors of Myrtle Warbler
Literary usage of Myrtle warbler
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1899)
"This second stage, generally known as the 'first' or 'nestling' plumage, in the case of the myrtle warbler, happens to bear a strong superficial resemblance ..."
2. The Review of Education (1902)
"296 Cineraria. a$7 A Feather Changing from Green to Yellow. 158 Western Yellow-throat. 259 myrtle warbler. 260 Blue-winged Yellow ..."
3. Bird-life: A Guide to the Study of Our Common Birds by Frank Michler Chapman, Ernest Thompson Seton (1897)
"myrtle warbler. Length, 5'65 inches. Winter plumage, crown-patch, rump, and sides of breast yellow ; back brown and black : under parts black and white. ..."
4. Birds of California: An Introduction to More Than Three Hundred Common Birds by Irene Grosvenor Wheelock (1903)
"Both species are very like the myrtle warbler of the East, and Mr. Grinnell lists the Yellow-rumped in California as the " Alaska myrtle warbler," while ..."
5. The Condor by Cooper Ornithological Society, Cooper Ornithological Club (1899)
"The myrtle warbler in California and Description of a New Race. ... THE Myrtle Warbler has been recorded as an occasional visitant along the whole Pacific ..."