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In my opinion, this actually looks better for a nonbreeding/immature Tennessee Warbler, for many reasons: it has clean white (not yellow) undertail coverts, a fairly distinctive supercilium (not a plain face), a rather long, thin bill, and two faint wingbars.

Edited by akandula

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