Yellow-bellied Flycatcher: Small flycatcher with olive-green upperparts, yellow underparts, and olive-green wash on breast. Spectacles are pale yellow. The wings are dark with two white bars. Feeds on a variety of insects and spiders. Weak fluttering flight with shallow rapid wing beats. It looks rather like the Black-and-white Warbler, but no Yellow Breast is seen or mentioned. Also, this little bird is smaller than a sparrow. I have watched birds in Mexico for over 30 years, and this is the first time I've seen this spectacular little bird. I didn't hear it sing. Do you have any idea what this little bird .
Yellow-breasted Chat: The largest North American warbler. Has olive-green to olive-gray upperparts, brilliant yellow throat, breast. Belly and undertail are white. Eyes have white spectacles and dark eye patches. Bill is heavy and dark. Wings and tail are olive-green. Bill, legs, and feet are black. Look For The MacGillivray’s warbler is a small songbird with a gray head and throat, often with a darker gradation on the upper breast. It has a muted olive-green back and wings and a yellow belly. It also has clear white arches above and below the eye, making it distinguishable from the nearly identical mourning Read more.
The Yellow-breasted Chat offers a cascade of song in the spring, when males deliver streams of whistles, cackles, chuckles, and gurgles with the fluidity of improvisational jazz. It’s seldom seen or heard during the rest of the year, when both males and females skulk silently in the shadows of dense thickets, gleaning insects and berries for food.