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Tennessee Warbler

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Seen in Middle Run Valley Natural Area, in the north of Delaware. Standard meadow/forests good for migrating warblers and vireos.

Saw this guy in a tree with lots of red-eyed vireos and some other warblers, too, hopping around, gleaning branches.

At first I thought it was a vireo of some sort, but with the apparent lack of any eyeline, and the general yellowness of the belly and face... I'm not as sure? Unfortunately the bill is cut off, that would've helped a lot.

It's worth noting Tennessee Warblers have been passing through here a lot, and Warbling Vireos have been less commonly reported. Hard to say, though.

Also attached is a REVI in the same general lighting, in the same tree, taken with the same settings-- for comparison.

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1 hour ago, blackburnian said:

I think these are different birds, Warbling and then Red-eyed. 

 

6 hours ago, ivorybilledbirder said:

Also attached is a REVI in the same general lighting, in the same tree, taken with the same settings-- for comparison.

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