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Yellow browed warbler

Phylloscopus inornatus


Early morning photograph in an area rich in bird life - prinias, barbets, drongos, babblers, tailor birds, munias, parakeets etc.. A little sleuthing around wikipedia and orientalbirdimages identified this as a Yellow Browed Warbler - perhaps a bit south of it's usual range. Thanks to User Jellis for suggesting that it could be a Goldcrest (often confused with this bird)..




Other similar birds: Goldcrest, Pallas' leaf warbler, etc

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Shashikiran 7 years ago

More likely to be a Hume's leaf warbler : Phylloscopus humei - see's... - check out the wing bar (difference between these two species)

Jellis 7 years ago

Never thought to look at warblers.

Shashikiran 7 years ago

Gotcha! It's a yellow browed warbler:

Jellis 7 years ago

I would almost think this is a goldcrest but I don't see a gold crest

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Rajasthan, India

Spotted on Feb 20, 2016
Submitted on Mar 5, 2016

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