Nashville Warbler

by Alexis Hayes
(Markham, Ontario, Canada)

Nashville Warbler

Nashville Warbler

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Photographed in Markham Ontario by Alexis Hayes.

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According to Wikipedia ... The Nashville Warbler is a small warbler. Both male and female Nashville warblers have a gray head fading into a greenish back and wings, a white belly and a yellow throat and breast. They have a complete white eye ring, no wing bars, and a thin pointed black bill. Adult males have a rusty brown patch on their crown, which is usually hard to see and often covered by gray feathers. Males will raise it slightly when agitated. Females and immature birds have a duller olive-grey head, and less bold yellow on their throat.

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