Practice Report (Any Species)

Date: 05/07/2020

I am not a professional birder, but I have been familiarizing myself with area migrating and breeding song birds. This morning at 8:00am I identified what must be a Wilson's Warbler. It had the very distinct black cap. It was very very yellow with the slightly darkened wings. I looked at similar species an no other has that singular black cap. So I feel pretty sure it was a migrating Wilson's Warbler. Please correct me and help me learn if I have possibly mistaken it for another bird species. Thanks! PS_ I would have taken a picture but the bird was perched very high in a tree and my camera would not capture a decent photograph. The bird's call was near exact to the website recordings I checked.

River Forest, IL

Latitude: 41.9 Longitude: -87.8

Observed by: Wendy
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