Definition of Grace's warbler
: a gray-and-white warbler (Dendroica graciae) black-streaked above with a yellow throat and chest and common in the southwestern U.S. and adjacent Mexico
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Origin and Etymology of grace's warbler
after Grace D. Coues †1925, sister of Dr. Elliott Coues †1899 American ornithologist who discovered it
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