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Setophaga dominica albilora?


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Hello,

I saw this Warbler at Cape Canaveral, Florida. At first I thought this was a plain-old yellow-throated Warbler, but someone said it may be the rare subspecies,  Setophaga dominica albilora.

What do you guys think? The lores look pretty white to me (but I see a faint faint bit of yellow near the beak), but I not sure I want to submit it to eBird and iNaturalist before I run it through here.

 

Thanks!

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19 hours ago, Mush said:

Hello,

I saw this Warbler at Cape Canaveral, Florida. At first I thought this was a plain-old yellow-throated Warbler, but someone said it may be the rare subspecies,  Setophaga dominica albilora.

What do you guys think? The lores look pretty white to me (but I see a faint faint bit of yellow near the beak), but I not sure I want to submit it to eBird and iNaturalist before I run it through here.

 

Thanks!

DSCN9665.jpg

It looks to me like a Yellow Throated Warbler

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