There are few warbler species quite as brilliantly colored as the Yellow Warbler. Males tend to have orange streaks on the breast and both males and females have yellow patches on their tails. They are typically found along the edges of wetlands where they like to build their nests. Long distance migrants, they travel from Canada to South America every year. Yellow Warblers face many challenges along the way and have been known to even become entangled in the web of an orb weaver spider. Their song is a perfect ringtone as they say, “sweet-sweet-sweet-I’m-so-sweet”.