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The OP's bird is a Yellow Warbler. The apparent black cap is a shadow -- the clinching mark is the yellow visible in the tail. Our only other warbler with yellow in the tail is American Redstart, and they only show it in the basal half. Wilson's have an entirely gray undertail that contrasts well with the undertail coverts.

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