Tennessee warbler The Tennessee warbler is a New World warbler that breeds in eastern North America and winters in southern Central America and northern South America. The Tennessee warbler is 11.5 cm long, has a 19.69 cm wingspan, and weighs roughly 10 g. The breeding male has olive back, shoulders, rump and vent. The flight feathers are brownish-black. It has a slate gray neck, crown and eyeline. The underside is a gray-white. The female is similar to the male, but is much duller and has a greener tinge to the underside. The Tennessee warbler has long wings, short tail and a thin, pointy bill. Juveniles and first-year birds are quite similar to the female.
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