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Chestnut-sided Warbler

Setophaga pensylvanica


Non-breeding female Warbler with yellow crown to tail. White underside with little chestnut on flanks. Two white wing bars. Tail usually pointing above wings.


This would hide in bushes and trees and then would come down to the fountain to drink and bathe.


Though not common in the west, but some have been showing up in different areas during the fall. Found in a family owned farm and the rest maintained by East Bay regional park

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1 Comment

remkinloch a year ago

A lovely little bird. Thanks for sharing.

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Fremont, California, USA

Lat: 37.56, Long: -122.05

Spotted on Oct 25, 2018
Submitted on Oct 25, 2018

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