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Yellow Birds Seen in North America - Saffron Finch

The Saffron Finch is a tanager from South America that is very similar to the Orange-fronted Yellow Finch.

Yellow Birds Seen in North America - Dickcissel

The Dickcissel is a seed-eating bird known for gathering in enormous wintering flocks in South America.

Yellow Birds Seen in North America - Yellow-Breasted Chat

The Yellow-Breasted Chat is a large songbird found in North America, with the adults having a long olive-green tail, thick, short and black bill, and white spectacles. They do not have wing bars or tail patches.

Yellow Birds Seen in North America - Yellow-Breasted Bunting

The Yellow-breasted Bunting is a medium-sized bunting that is found across Eurasia.

Yellow Birds Seen in North America - Yellow-Headed Blackbird

The Yellow-Headed Blackbird is a medium-sized blackbird with the males having the worst song of any North American bird.

Yellow Birds Seen in North America - Bananaquit

The Bananaquit is a small tropical bird that is found in Mexico, and the Carribean south to northern Argentina.