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That actually looks better for a female/immature male Painted Bunting. Note how green it is overall, and it’s lack of wingbars. Western Tanager is also pretty unlikely in Florida.

Edit: Sniped by @Aidan B!

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7 minutes ago, Edith said:

Okay, I believe you. But I have this photo, also Central Florida, and I was told it is a tanager. For me they look the same???

 

tanager_02.jpg

Color is very similar, but bill shape, body structure, and size are different.

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20 hours ago, Seanbirds said:

Yes, not Western. That would be a big rarity.

How’d we rule out summer? Sorry, I have no experience with tanagers other than limited experience with western.

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