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39 minutes ago, IKLland said:

audubon's warbler

that is one of the subspecies of  yellow-rumped warbler

Myrtle Warbler. Audubon's is rare in Ontario. This bird also has a pale supercilium and obvious ear surround. What looks like a yellow throat is simply a lighting artifact, proven by the fact that most of the underparts look yellow.

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