Habitat: The Kentucky Warbler can be found in humid forests and second-growth woodland habitats in the lowlands and foothills. Distribution: This species is migratory. It breeds in eastern United States and migrate south from southern Mexico to Panama, and a small number goes to South America. Natural History Notes: Conservation status according to IUCN 2008 Red list: Least Concern (LC). It is a latitudinal migratory species. Characteristics: This species has a total length of 14 cm (measured from tip of bill to end of tail). This bird has a pointed gray bill and short black legs. The plumage is olive on the above, with a black coloration on the forecrown, the sides of the head and the neck. It looks almost like if this bird had sideburns. We can also distinguish a yellow stripe above the eye that forms an incomplete ring around the eye. Then, the part below is bright yellow. The female looks similar but it shows less black coloration in the face. The immature bird might even lacks completely the black coloration.