This shot catches the plumage and structural differences between the Common Chiffchaff and the Canary Island Chiffchaff. The bill is slightly longer, the eye stripe is more prominent, there is a less distinct pale crescent under the eye and the legs tend to be paler than the Common Chiffchaff.
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