What Bird Has a Black-and-Orange Neck?

What Bird Has a Black-and-Orange Neck?

Breeding-aged male Blackburnian warblers of the species Setophaga fusca are black and white with a black and orange neck and head. Females have a duller yellow neck instead of vivid orange, as do males in their fall plumage after the breeding season ends.

Blackburnian warblers are native to most of eastern North America, including parts of southern Canada and the northeastern United States. While they spend their breeding months socializing with other New World warblers, chickadees and other species in North America, Blackburnian warblers commonly migrate to Central and South America and live in solitary conditions for the winter months.