October 1993 – vol. 86, issue 10, pp 541–541 Identification of Tennessee Warbler. One glance at the coloured photograph of a Tennessee Warbler Vermivora peregrina [Brit. Birds 85: plate 267) solved a problem of ten years' standing for me, though the issue was not discussed by Dr Colin Bradshaw in his encyclopedic and amusing account of the identification (Brit. Birds 85: 647-649). The first Tennessee Warbler that I ever saw was a first-a... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.