yellow-throated vireo is a bird occasionally sighted at Magee
Marsh around the second week of May. The bird can be
identified by its yellow spectacles and yellow throat and breast.
The yellow-throated warbler,
by contrast, has strong black markings on its face and lacks any
spectacles. Likewise, the common
yellowthroat has a completely black face, which easily sets it
apart from the yellow-throated vireo. The only other bird at
Magee with yellow spectacles is the white-eyed
vireo, which differs from the yellow-throated vireo by having a
white throat and striking, white eyes.
Wikipedia page for this species provides more information, and is