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Magnolia Warbler Female

Dendroica magnolia


Warbler type bird in my back yard in Chattanooga, TN. The last picture is of I am guessing her mate, but extremely camera shy so that was the best picture I could get. He had very distinctive yellow markings on this shoulders and tail.


My backyard :)


1Sarah2 9 years ago

You're welcome. Of course, Liam was kind enough to make the original ID.

Darwin26 9 years ago

Thank you Sarah,
Myrtle, Audubons and the Yellow-rumped Warbler are as well under going evolution before our eyes...though genetic deferences play a part here more so than hybridizing - i think that the mentioned Warblers may have evolved via the same route.
Thankfully i only have to deal with the Yellow-rumped/Butterbutt... decifering who's who in areas where they mix would be a fun headache .

1Sarah2 9 years ago

I have updated this spotting with additional ID information. If you have trouble finding such information in the future or in updating your other spottings, please let me know.

kijkej 9 years ago

ooo well isn't that interesting. I wonder what they were doing together. I guess having a girls day out :-p

Liam 9 years ago

The 3rd photo is a female American Redstart. Didn't see that at first.

kijkej 9 years ago

ooo that does look like her. but the 3rd picture does not look like a male magnolia warbler because he has yellow spots on tail and shoulder and a white belly?

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Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA

Spotted on Sep 23, 2011
Submitted on Sep 23, 2011

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