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Yellow Bird
tetoneon

Yellow Bird

It was a long time since I took this, and can't remember its size, but I will guess it's a female Scarlet Tanager and not a Yellow Warbler. Take a guess.
Habitat
forest and fields
Location
New Jersey
Date taken
June, 2015
Equipment used
Canon 7d; 400mm f5.6
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Opus Editor
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LOL Tee... I'm not in the 'guessing game' with your tricky species!!!;)

Whichever it is, it's a very pretty yellow bird which you've taken a wonderful picture of. Very well done my friend.
 
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Lovely bird and shot, TN ... she will looks fabulous, with any name that we assign to her ... great work, my friend ...
 
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It's bill is too thick for a Warbler. The black coming into its wings along with the time of year makes me believe it is a young female Scarlet Tanager. Otherwise, I agree with Mark (lol).
 

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