Nearly all the Yellow-rumped Warblers moving through my part of South Dakota (the southeast) are the "Myrtle" form. The "Audubon's" form is primarily a bird of the western United States. I do have photos of both races below.
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Yellow-rumped Warbler #6 shown above
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