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St. Lucia Rainforest - Unidentified Bird (1 Viewer)

Sad Stove

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I’m new to this site so feel free to critique this post.

I just went on a birding trip to the inner-island rainforesty area of Saint Lucia around the Eden Estate. I was taking pictures of birds and noticed a small and very blurry bird in one of my photos. I’ll attach it here. It was not a large bird, and it was perched on a branch in the trees. I apologize for the bad photo but I have very poor camera quality! I was thinking that it might be a St. Lucia warbler because it seems to have some yellow about the eye and white wing-bars, but I cannot be fully certain. Can anyone take a look and see if they can identify this bird?

Photo taken on July 2nd, 2023


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So what you are saying is that since there isn’t any birds migrating through, it is most definitely a st Lucia warbler? Could it be any other endemic bird like a pewee?

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