Macgillivray's warbler

noun Mac·gil·li·vray's warbler \məˈgiləˌvrāz-\

Definition of Macgillivray's warbler

  1. :  a warbler (Oporornis tolmiei) of western North America that is similar and closely related to the eastern mourning warbler

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Origin and Etymology of macgillivray's warbler

after William MacGillivray †1852 Scottish naturalist

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