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I live in West Palm Beach, Florida and have been watching this bird for the last 4 weeks.  I think there is only one.  About 5 inches long but a small bird.  Only seen during the day starting in mid-January.

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Welcome to Whatbird!

I agree with Yellow-throated Warbler.

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17 minutes ago, stdavidshead said:

Thanks so much for the link to pictures akandula.  If I put meal worms in my feeder will that attract them?

I wouldn't bet on it. Yellow-throated Warblers are rarely seen at feeders and are usually found high up in the canopy.

Mealworms/suet might attract other types of warblers, like Pine and Yellow-rumped. 

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10 hours ago, akandula said:

I wouldn't bet on it. Yellow-throated Warblers are rarely seen at feeders and are usually found high up in the canopy.

Mealworms/suet might attract other types of warblers, like Pine and Yellow-rumped. 

I've had them at my suet a few times, maybe every third year.

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