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  1. Would appreciate confirmation on a few fall warblers seen today in western PA. #1 - Seems like a clear Cape May but the double wingbars (?) are confusing me #2 - Tough angle but any thoughts on this? Tennessee? #3 - Probably a Tennessee but seems very dark. No way this could be Orange-crowned? #4 - No streaking. Lighting gives appearance of one orange foot but other is not. Tennessee?
  2. Seen in western PA this evening. I have not seen any recent eBird reports for this species in this area but these look like ABDU to me (olive bill) and not Mallards. Would appreciate a confirmation or correction.
  3. Thanks. I figured this one would be tough to nail down.
  4. I hate asking for id help on this guy since I couldn't get a sound id but thought I would throw it out there anyway. This was seen last weekend in Latrobe, PA. There have been reports of Willow Flycatchers at this particular spot and a single report of a Least Flycatcher in June (which would be uncommon for this area I believe). This doesn't look Willow to me but am hoping it is since it's the only one I've potentially seen this year. Any confidence either way?
  5. Really appreciate it, as always!
  6. Wow, interesting. Here's the only other photo I have of #1.
  7. These were seen at Presque Isle in Erie, PA this morning and afternoon. At the time I didn't give these a second thought and just assumed Warbling. I'm pretty sure the first is indeed Warbling but is the 2nd a Philadelphia?
  8. Seen at Presque Isle in Erie, PA this afternoon. I'm seeing the "vest" but not sure if this is an Olive-sided Flycatcher?
  9. I'm thinking now that this could just be another Short-billed Dowitcher, as there were many around.
  10. Seen in Huntington Beach SP, South Carolina last week. Is this a Stilt Sandpiper?
  11. Thanks. Appreciate the response but the bill seems very wrong for Cape May?
  12. I'm reading that juvenile Eastern Phoebe's can have yellow wash so I'm wondering if that's what this is.
  13. This was seen in Huntington Beach SP in South Carolina a few days ago. At first I thought it was probably a Pine or Palm Warbler (as there were many around) but upon closer inspection I see that the bill is clearly not a warbler and looks more like a flycatcher. The streaking and yellow wash are confusing me. Is this perhaps a juvenile Eastern Wood-Pewee?
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