August bought two additional early fall migrants to our banding station. The first, a young Canada Warbler, is a subdued version of its bright, spring plumage. Canada Warblers are not local breeders. The second could be a local bird, and is definitely more of a challenge to identify. It is a young Common Yellowthroat. Field marks here include the ochraceous yellow on the throat and the brownish tinge to the fore-crown.