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unidentified warbler

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    I posted more photos of the warbler seen at Loudy Simpson at www.pbase.com/dhilkey/warbler_for_id The undertail coverts and vent area on this bird are white,
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 10, 2007
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      I posted more photos of the warbler seen at Loudy Simpson at
      The undertail coverts and vent area on this bird are white, they look darker in the photos than they really are,  we didn't see any streaking. The photos are poor but we did have good looks at the bird with binos.
       
      So far, the responses, from WSBN members and a bird photo list have been
      3 for orange-crowned
      1 for yellow
      1 for Lucy's
      1 for Tennessee
      1 for pine
       
      Again, this is a different bird than the BWWA seen by Forrest Luke at Loudy Simpson the day before.
       
      Dona
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