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PRAIRIE WARBLER

(SETOPHAGA DISCOLOR)prairie warbler-olive above, with faint chestnut streaks on back; yellow patch below eye;bright yellow, streaked with black on sides; indistinct wing bars. FEMALE and immature male are slightly duller.IMMATURE FEMALE is duller still,grayish olive above; compare to fall magnolia warbler usually forages in lower branches and brush, twitching its tail.. RANGE: generally common in open woodlands, scrublands,over grown fields,and mangrove.casual in the west,exceptin coastal CA,where it is rare in fall. also rare in fall to atlantic canada and newfoundland.declining in upper midwest.

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Taken on December 13, 2014