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Nashville Warbler?


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28 minutes ago, The Bird Nuts said:

Yes, the toes can be at least somewhat brightly colored, but the other parts of the legs are dark (the tarso-metatarsal joint can just be seen to the right of the branch).  However, I would bet that with a frontal angle on this bird, the toes would look a lot darker -- we are fooled a bit by the pads of the toes being bright, which is not all that rare in Nashville.  Of course, this is also a male in high condition, and it would be much less likely (hopefully) to be confused with Common Yellowthroat.

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