Date: 9/15/20 6:32 pm
From: Peter Kondrashov <pkondrash...>
Subject: Re: Confusing fall warlbers identification Putnam Co.
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After discussing with others I am leaning more towards a very
strange-looking chestnut-sided warbler for the Rebel'c Cove bird based on
the complete eye-ring and traces of yellow wash on the second wingbar.
Feedback is welcome.

On Tue, Sep 15, 2020 at 7:25 PM Peter Kondrashov <pkondrash...>

> I enjoyed a nice morning at Rebel's Cove CA (Putnam Co.). Had several
> species of warblers and one of them made me scratch my head. It looks like
> an immature Bay-breasted with a gray (instead of green-yellow) head and a
> compete eyering. Crossley is the only source that I have that shows a bird
> similar to this one. Checklist with photo here:
> Here is a more typical fall Bay-breasted I saw yesterday at Sugar Creek
> CA:
> Fall warblers are fun...
> Peter
> --
> Peter Kondrashov
> Kirksville, MO
> <pkondrash...>

Peter Kondrashov
Kirksville, MO

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