Tennessee Warbler - Vermivora peregrina

Carrot River - Tuesday, June 2, 2009 by : Helen Carson

The new bird at our feeder is the Tennessee Warbler. A plain bird, with its gray head and greenish back it looks similar to a vireo. It has a yellowish eye bar and a trace of a wing bar.

At 4 3/4 inches, it is a tiny bird and shares the feeder with the Hummingbirds.

Helen Carson

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