Chestnut-sided Warbler


(Setophaga pensylvanica - formerly Dendroica pensylvanica)

The uniquely colored Chestnut-sided Warbler has an easily-recognized song, often represented phonetically as “pleased, pleased, pleased to meet’cha.” Actually the first syllables may vary in number and tone, but the “meet’cha” ending is reliable.

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