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This Orange-crowned Warbler Oreothlypis celata was at Bentsen State Park on January 22, 2009; clearly it is a very yellow individual, with strongly yellow eye crescents and broad yellow supercilium. It appears to resemble the western lutescens, but the grayish tinges in small elements of the upperparts and blurry chest streaking raise a questionmark, perhaps suggesting a very bright orestera or intergrade with lutescens: