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Young/molting warbler? Ottawa, ON (1 Viewer)

tril42

Suzanne Britton
Looking for opinions on this bird, seen at Britannia Conservation Area on the 13th. It showed a splotchy lemon yellow and pale gray breast with no noticeable streaking. A very young Magnolia Warbler maybe?
 

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Microtus

Maryland USA (he/him)
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It's a Pine Warbler. Magnolia Warbler has a solid black tip to the underside of the tail.
 

Kratter

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Agree with Pine Warbler. Also, the tail is quite long, the body bulky, and look at that tree it's in!

Andy
 

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