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Texas Bird Family

Katy, TX, USA


This strange yellow-rumped warbler came to eat peanut butter this morning. It was silver, it had the normal yellow-rumped warbler markings, but no yellow rump! Is this an Audubon’s subspecies, a Mytrle x Audubon’s hybrid, or just a normal myrtle yellow rump? Any ideas?



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2 responses to “Rare Yellow-rumped Audubon’s Warbler?”

  1. Ava says:

    Maybe its yellow rump was just hidden by its wings? It could be an immature female Pine Warbler, but honestly I’m not sure.

  2. Texas Bird Family says:

    It wasn’t a Pine Warbler.

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