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04 Aug 2021 Baldwin co. AL;  suburban yard; feeding hurriedly on pokeberries; in constant motion, hopping quickly through shrub

There were 2 individuals, both the same in coloring, etc.  I hesitated calling female YEWA, because at least one had visible streaking on the underside

 

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17 minutes ago, Seanbirds said:

Explain to me why the right one isn’t a Wilson’s/Hooded and I’ll believe you.

Hmm, tough to explain...  I think it's the head shape, the dark bill, and the cap that's not dark enough...and it's with a Yellow Warbler.

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