The Yellow-throated Warbler is a species of New World warbler. They breed mainly in the east and southeast of the United States. Their winter range extends down to the Caribbean and along the coast of Central America.
Yellow-throated Warblers have a beautiful and striking plumage. They have grey backs with black-and-white trim around their flanks and face. The throat and breast is bright yellow.
Yellow-throated Warblers dine on insects foraged from various plants and trees. They breed in a variety of forest habitats, including pine woods, cypress swamps, and developed parks.