Bay-breasted Warbler — Setophaga castanea
The male has a distinctive chestnut crown, throat and flanks. It has two bold white wing bars and a black face mask. The female is olive-yellow above with light chestnut markings on its chest and flank. This species is a late spring migrant (mid to late May in Virginia) and nests in coniferous forests in Canada. It moves slowly about in search of food and occasionally pumps its tail.