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Old Saturday 19th February 2005, 17:03   #1
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Yellow Warbler in North Georgia

I have a Yellow Warbler at my feeder as of this morning. I have never seen one here before. Does anyone know if this is an unusual bird for North Georgia? And, will it stick around or is it just passing thru?
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Old Saturday 19th February 2005, 23:47   #2
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It is highly unlikely for a Yellow Warbler to be in Georgia at this time of year. I believe you probably have a Pine Warbler visiting your feeders. Not only should all Yellow Warblers be out of the U.S. in winter, they rarely visit feeders. Pine Warblers, however, visit feeders quite often. Here are some photos of Pine Warblers for you to look at:

http://www.roysephotos.com/PineWarbler.html

Hope this helps,

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