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    Unidentified warbler

    Thank you all for your careful consideration. Sadly the bird is no longer available for further study. Iberian chiffchaff did briefly cross my mind but common things are common and a chiffchaff ticks all the right boxes and dead birds have a habit of looking very different in the hand to ones...
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    Unidentified warbler

    14th March 2024. Weald of Kent UK. Photos by a neighbour. I'm puzzled by the bold yellow bar on shoulders and the lack of any face markings combined with general bright yellow colouration. Should be a chiffchaff at this time of year, or a willow warbler. Or something else ?