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Warbler ID - MacGillivray's?? San Antonio, TX (1 Viewer)

The smooth blue-grey head combined with the very obvious eye-arcs make this a male MacGillivray's for me. The short undertail coverts and lack of eye-ring rule out Connecticut, but the eye-arcs appear too strong IMO for Mourning.

Thx for the confirmation and feedback. I'm an eBirder so will definitely let folks know about the sighting. We actually had one a few years ago via a window strike. Adult male which recovered and flew off.
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