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6 minutes ago, The Bird Nuts said:

Welcome to Whatbird!

That is an Orange-crowned Warbler, one of a few warblers that regularly visit suet feeders.  Next time remember to include a general location (e.g. state) to help us narrow down the species.

I'll tag a mod so they can move your post. @Kevin

 

Thanks TBN!

Welcome @HappyCamper! I have moved your thread into the correct section. 

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Thanks so much Kevin!   Was hoping it was an Orange-crowned Warbler, but I had never seen one before, and thought it might be a Pine Warbler? Promise to do better in the future on details.  Thanks so much to the mods for their patience with a newbie! 😁

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9 minutes ago, HappyCamper said:

Was hoping it was an Orange-crowned Warbler, but I had never seen one before, and thought it might be a Pine Warbler?

Pines are a different color - males are more yellow (as opposed to greenish) with white undertail coverts, mostly white undertail, and their cheeks are darker and contrast with the throat.

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30 minutes ago, HappyCamper said:

Greatly appreciate the info!  My birding experience is very very limited to just a few species that visit our backyard,and a few obvious ones while camping! 😁

Welcome to WhatBird. Hope you continue to be a Happy Camper here!

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