Re: eBird Report of CONNECTICUT WARBLER at Middle Harbor Shoreline Park


Noah Arthur
 

This looks like a 1st-fall Yellow Warbler to me. The patterned wing (pale edgings and dark centers on the greater coverts creating a ghost of a pale wing-bar or wing-panel) I think is a Yellow characteristic Plain-winged, non-Dendroica warblers, such as Connecticut, MacGillivray's, Nashville, Orange-crowned, etc., seem to have very plain wings without any hint of wing-bars.

Noah
 

From: "Bob Toleno bob@... [EBB_Sightings]"
To: "EBB_Sightings@..."
Sent: Saturday, August 29, 2015 10:15 AM
Subject: [EBB_Sightings] eBird Report of CONNECTICUT WARBLER at Middle Harbor Shoreline Park

 
Acting only as the messenger:

I just saw an eBird report from Middle Harbor Shoreline Park yesterday afternoon with a photo of what appears to be a HY Connecticut Warbler.

http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist?subID=S24795402

I just wanted to get the word out to EBB. I'm heading there shortly to investigate for myself.

Bob Toleno
Hayward


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