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Yellow-rumped Warbler? - Eastern Ontario, Canada (1 Viewer)

Gordon W

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Seen this morning in eastern Ontario, Canada, I think this is a Yellow-rumped Warbler but not certain about that. Can someone confirm or correct that ID?


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Because of its (for a finch) fine bill, pine siskin can look remarkably warbler-like - but if you zoom in to your location (which we don't know) here . . .
. . . you can make your own judgement about how likely you would be to see a yellow-rumped warbler in (early) March.
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