Kentucky Warbler

Geothlypis formosa
Kentucky Warbler specimens on display in the exhibit "Birds of D.C."

DC Information

Common summer resident of floodplain and upland deciduous forests, from late April to early August. Breeds from mid-May to late June. The male has the crown (the area around the eye and the side of the throat) black; the female has these parts grayish and less clearly defined.

Specimen Information

The bird in front is a male.
The bird at the top is a female.
Date:  6/6/1892
Collected By:  EM Hasbrouck
Locality:  Marshall Hall, MD
Sex:  Female
Catalog ID:  160751