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This bird landed on top of a tree(today, Arkansas) with its back turned to me. How rude... right?  ha...

I saw the wingbars in the binoculars and, something about it felt like a pine warbler but, I couldn't tell you what. I knew I wasn't going to get great looks, based on how it came in and, I just KNEW it would continue on and not turn around... so I snapped a couple shots.
This one shows the wingbars the best out of the pics...

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looking at the pics, I sure don't get that pine warbler feeling anymore...

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Is this bird identifiable?

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1 minute ago, The Bird Nuts said:

It's a flycatcher. 

That peak atop the head had me thinking that's all it could be at that point.
I keep hoping for more migrating warblers... Depression has me not getting out as often as I'd like... Been making myself at least stand in the yard for a little while in the mornings to get some birding in. I think I missed the bulk of warbler migration but I'm sure some are still coming through. Was still seeing some nashville warblers yesterday.

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