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Warbler, Pennsylvania, October 20 (1 Viewer)

I cannot see a Wilson's or Yellow Warbler there at all. I can clearly see why the bird is controversial. I see a clear Geothlypis and agree with Mourning over Yellowthroat, though I don't profess to be an expert in NA Warblers :)
I initially said yellowthroat but have turned around from that based in part on the seemingly all yellow belly which I think is one of the more reliable color features of the image. So I no longer think that is a possible option.

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