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Yellow Warbler...juvenile? immature?

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Since the youngster here was being fed by a Yellow Warbler, I bet it's safe to say this is a young one.  My question is whether a juvenile or immature?  What's the difference, or are those descriptions interchangeable?  Or...is a juvenile younger than an immature or vicey versy?

Can you tell I'm a bit confused with those terms? :classic_wacko:

Thanks for the help.

 

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I think this post does a good job of explaining the difference:

https://help.ebird.org/customer/portal/articles/1010509-what-is-the-difference-between-a-juvenile-and-an-immature-

Basically, any bird that is not an adult is an immature. Juvenile is a more specific term that refers to the juvenile plumage, which can last for different lengths of time.  By the way, these are great pictures!

 

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