The only photos I have of this species are of this lost soul, who was found by a group of birders at Newton Hills State Park in South Dakota. An out-of-range bird, and a confused bird. While he would consistently sing a Prairie Warbler song, he would also respond to Yellow Warbler songs, and seemed to be actively courting a female Yellow Warbler. He was observed in June gathering caterpillars and returning to some hidden location, which indicated possible nesting, although no confirmed breeding was established.
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Prairie Warbler #3 shown above
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