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By SueCoastalObserver
Not sure what this is, I am assuming it is a youngster perhaps a Yellow Warbler In the area at Elgin Park in Surrey were Yellow Warblers, Yellow-rumped Warblers, Wilson's Warblers, Black Throated Gray Warblers, and lots of Cedar Waxwings. The yellow body suggests Yellow Warbler but the Yellow Warblers I saw all had a light coloured beaks unlike this one.
Image??? IMG_4555a1c by Sue Coastal Observer, on Flickr
By jasonbird
I think it might be a Orange Crowned Warbler because of the shape of the bill but I am not 100% sure. Also an Orange Crowned Warbler has a darker black bill then a Yellow Warbler.

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Alright, thank you very much for your expertise!