non-breeder; yellowish wingbars, white eyering (Indiana, USA; 2006-09-28)

Chestnut-sided Warbler
Dendroica pensylvanica

Native Range: North America

Notes: an inhabitant of second-growth deciduous woods where it typicall forages low in bushes and small trees; very different breeding and non-breeding plumages, with the chestnut-colored flanks of both sexes during the breeding season givng this species its name; song a pleasant please, please, miss-BEE-cher.