Volume 2, Plate 8

American Siskin
Rosebreasted Grosbeak
Green black throated Warbler
Yellow rump Warbler
Cerulean Warbler
Solitary Flycatcher

Yellow-rumped Warbler

"Though the form of the bill of this bird obliges me to arrange him with the warblers, yet in his food and all his motions he is decidedly a flycatcher."

Solitary Flycatcher

"This rare species I can find nowhere described. I have myself never seen more than three of them, all of whom corresponded in their markings, and, on dissection, were found to be males....Why one species should be so rare, while another, much resembling it, is so numerous, at least a thousand for one, is a question I am unable to answer, unless by supposeing the few we meet with here to be accidental stragglers from the great body, which may have their residence in some other parts of our extensive continent."