Different birders obviously have different opinions, especially with a funny
angle and not great resolution (no knock against photographer of course), but I
also can't see this as anything other than an Ovenbird with that crown pattern
and overall look.
On Wed, 4/24/19, Carole Swann <carly124@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Subject: [TN-Bird] Swainson's Warbler at Centennial Park
To: "TN-Birds Bird" <tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 5:40 PM
Today I visited Centennial
Park in Nashville Tennessee. Great birds there.
Found this bird working meticulously on the ground, going
through leaves. I believe it is a Swainson's
Warbler. I'm about to enter my checklist for
eBird. Going through audio recordings again but
don't think I got sound - calls or song. It was an
olive- brown bird, white underneath, with a dark eye line
and brown crown. I believe it had pink legs. Could not
get a good photo but here's the best one I could get
below. Just so excited to be there with all the
great warblers and birds today.
Carole SwannSmyrna, Tennessee
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