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|Just found it today at a local park in Toronto.|
The Magnolia Warbler is a handsome and familiar warbler of the northern forests. Though it often forages conspicuously and close to the ground, we have relatively scant information on its nesting behavior.
•Yellow chest and throat.
•Black necklace and black stripes down sides.
•White wingbars or large white patch on wings.
•Large white patch in black-tipped tail.
Breeding (Alternate) Plumage: Black mask, white eyebrow stripe. Conspicuous black band across the upper breast, with heavy black streaks on the sides, wide white wing-panels, and a black back. Rump yellow.
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Great shot of this beautiful little warbler. Nice colours.
have a nice day