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Eagle Creek Park
Indianapolis, Indiana 9-16-12
A young female Cape May Warbler is generally gray with blurry streaking on the flanks. "Immature Description: Similar to adult. Immature females may be extremely dull gray overall, with only a hint of yellow on the rump."
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