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Magnolia Warbler

Setophaga magnolia


Non-breeding male
Gray head and face, greenish back. Yellow from chest to belly. White undertail ending in black end. Two bold stripes on flanks. Two white wing bars. Bill is longish and slender. Patch on throat is missing feathers


This one is way out of it's range and spent most of its time feeding on insects in a Sycamore Tree.


Rare to California but some have been spotted recently from Bodega Bay to Half Moon Bay.

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Newark, California, USA

Spotted on Oct 24, 2015
Submitted on Oct 25, 2015

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