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fall warblers - Tenn., Pine??

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Photos taken today at Middle Creek WMA - South Central PA

 

I've never been able to photograph a Tennessee before - looking for (hoping for) confirmation.  My last photo of the morning appears to be a pine - primarily  from the undertail markings - looking for confirmation.

 

Thanks in advance

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  1. Yes, this is a nonbreeding adult/immature Tennessee Warbler! Note the green back, pointy bill, conspicuous pale eyebrow, dark eyeline, white undertail coverts, and unstreaked underparts.
  2. This is actually a female/immature male Blackpoll Warbler. Pine Warblers would have a thicker bill, darker auriculars, and a stronger eyering.

Edit: Sniped by @birdbrain22

Edited by akandula

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