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Unknown vireo? Virginia mountains, US (1 Viewer)

MiddleRiver

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Found in Shenandoah Valley western edge mountains (near Elliot Knob, VA), prob around 2500-3000' ASL a week or so ago.
Philadelphia Vireo? Red-eyed V? Not sure if the yellow neck is artifact (lighting) or real. DSA04344-DeN-low-light-Edit.jpg
 

MiddleRiver

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Ahhhh, yessss. How did I miss that?!!
And very possible since I just went back and checked time etc. and it was lower elev (trailhead prob around 2000' ASL) and along a creek/shrubby section that would be very typical for this species. If you are in MD you might know Elliot Knob and surroundings?

thank you kindly ;-)
How about Worm-eating Warbler?
 

KC Foggin

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Having never heard of this Warbler I had to google it. It sure is a great looking Warbler but it doesn't eat worms :) Do eat caterpillars though.
 

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