Cape May Warbler

(Setophaga tigrina - formerly Dendroica tigrina)

Aptly named “tigrina” because of its unusually heavy streaking.  This, along with its colorful yellow and rufous brown harlequin face, make Cape May unique and unmistakable in the field.

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