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Yellow-browed Warbler Phylloscopus inornatus L 9-10cm. Small, well-marked warbler. Appearance and frenetic behaviour give it passing resemblance to Goldcrest. Sexes are similar. All birds have bright olive-green upperparts and whitish underparts. Note narrow dark eyestripe, broad and long yellow supercilium, and two pale yellow wingbars. Legs are pinkish. Voice Utters a distinctive, drawn-out tsu-eet (can sound disyllabic). Status Scarce autumn passage migrant; E coast of England and Isles of Scilly are hotspots. Also occasionally overwinters in S England.