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Juvenile Prothonotary Warbler, Nashville TN? (1 Viewer)


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Taken yesterday, 26 June 21, in a lakeside marshy area in Nashville, TN

It made NO call or song at all. With the weird combination of gray and yellow, plus it still, to me, looks a little "fluffy", im thinking juvenile Prothonotary Warbler. In these photos, the tail almost looks blue? but maybe just the lighting. And seems to be a specific pattern on the breast area.

There were male Prothonotary Warblers around this same area so that was my initial leaning anyways.

Thanks for the help, as always


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