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It is closely related to common yellowthroat, Altamira yellowthroat and Belding's yellowthroat, with which it forms a superspecies, and was formerly considered conspecific. The breeding habitat of the Bahama yellowthroat is dense dry or damp low scrub, usually drier than the areas used by wintering common yellowthroats. It builds a cup nest low in dense vegetation or a tree stump, and lays two eggs. Like other yellowthroats, it forages low in vegetation and feeds on insects and other small invertebrates.
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