Tennessee Warbler


(Oreothlypis peregrina - formerly Vermivora peregrina)

Not one of the flashier wood-warblers, Tennessee has a gray head, an olive green back, white eye arcs with a black eye line, and an absence of wing bars. Its breeding range comprises most of Canada, extending just into the very northern tier of the U.S.

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