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Worm-eating Warbler Identification Tips
(Credit: U. S. Geological Survey)
 
General Information
- Small, active, insect-eating bird that often forages
  in dead leaves
- Thin pointed bill
- Black and buff head stripes
- Buffy breast with whiter underparts
- Upperparts solidly olive-brown
- Pink legs
- Sexes and ages similar in plumage

Similar species
The bold head stripes on an otherwise plain bird make the Worm-eating Warbler unlikely to be confused with any other warbler.
 
 
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