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Some kind of Flycatcher? - Eastern Ontario, Canada

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Old Friday 29th May 2020, 13:46   #1
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Some kind of Flycatcher? - Eastern Ontario, Canada

Shot this morning in eastern Ontario, Canada. I have no idea what kind of bird this is.
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It's an American Redstart - an immature male.
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female american redstart (a warbler)
ok, immat. male? how do you ID it, andrew?
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female american redstart (a warbler)
ok, immat. male? how do you ID it, andrew?
Black feathers are coming in on the face and neck.
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And regarding the species: the tail tells the tale (OK I will see myself out)

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