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Orange-crowned Warblers are plain looking little guys a lot of the time, although there's some subtle beauty to them in some plumages. Note the ONLY time I've ever seen the actual namesake is on one very wet bird on coastal Oregon (photos at the bottom). Otherwise, you never see the orange crown.
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Orange-crowned Warbler #15 shown above
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