|Yellow Warbler (or Mangrove Warbler) Dendroica (or Setophaga) petechia - this is a bird who has an identity crisis, though it doesn't know it! - Puerto Ayora, Galapagos.|
|Eastern Yellow Robin Eopsaltria australis, Monga National Park, New South Wales.|
|Cinnamon-chested Bee-eater Merops oreobates, Bwindi Impenetrable Park, Uganda.|
Colour is in the eye of the beholder, and I reckon this lovely bird's chest is yellower than any cinnamon I've met.
|Gilded Barbets Capito auratus, Sacha Lodge, Ecuador.|
A bird of the rainforest canopy, where yellow may be a good marker for others of its kind to see it.
|White-browed Robin-chat Cossypha heuglini, Entebbe, Uganda|
|Black-chinned Mountain Tanager Anisognathus notabilis, La Paz de las Antpittas, Ecuador.|
This species and the next live in the gloomy understorey of the tropical forests; again yellow is a way to enable
mates to keep in touch.
|Western Violaceous Trogon Trogon ramonianus, Cerro Blanco Reserve, Ecuador.|
|Choco Toucan Ramphastos brevis, Rio Silanche Reserve, Ecuador.|
Both feathers and bill contain yellow carotenoids.
|Southern Yellow-billed Hornbill Tockus leucomelas, Etosha National Park, Namibia|
|African Wattled Lapwing Vanellus senegallus Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda.|
This species has opted for yellow bill, legs and wattles!
|Yellow Rosella Platycercus elegans flaveolus, Berri, South Australia.|
Formerly given full species status.
|Superb Parrot Polytelis swainsonii, Canberra.|
Superb Parrots spend a lot of time feeding on the ground in grass, where the yellow and red chin and cap stand out.
|Powerful Owl Ninox strenua, National Botanic Gardens Canberra.|
|Spendid Starling Lamprotornis splendidus, Entebbe Botanic Gardens, Uganda.|
|Yellow-footed Rock-Wallaby Petrogale xanthopus, Flinders Ranges, South Australia|
|Sumatran Tiger Panthera tigris sumatrae, Adelaide Zoo.|
|Northern Corroboree Frog Pseudophryne pengilleyi, captive animal, Canberra.|
One would suspect that this colour combination signals a poisonous defence.
|Holy Cross Toad Notaden bennetti, Cunnamulla Queensland.|
After rain thousands of these dramatic frogs emerge from burrows. There are no true toads native to Australia.
|Yellow-spotted Goanna Varanus panoptes, Bladensburg National Park, Queensland|