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    Female yellow-rumped warbler? Utah, USA

    And for a very good reason it seems! Hey Jim - I guess you can hang onto your one species if you like - personally I prefer them as two - still whatever stance you take it's probably worth noting now what subspecies (if that's how you want to consider them still) an individual is for future...
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    Female yellow-rumped warbler? Utah, USA

    As mentioned the IOC has split them, (IMHO) the AOU is lagging behind on this, but I am pretty certain it's just a matter of time. They are on my North American list as two separate species. Whether they are lumped or not currently by the AOU it's probably worth working out what...
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    Female yellow-rumped warbler? Utah, USA

    Seeing as Yellow-rump doesn't officially exist as a species anymore (having been split) I would guess that what you have here is an Audubon's Warbler. I don't have as much experience with them as Myrtle Warbler but I think the duller throat and plain brown head at least points in that direction...