Coming back to this posting. After posting last month I submitted the bird into eBird as a Mourning Warbler. Then I promptly forgot about it. Because Mourning Warblers are rare in Brooklyn, it was sent through the eBird verification process and a few days ago I noticed it hadn’t been verified so I reached out to eBird. They took a look and asked if this bird was not a Connecticut Warbler. At the time, thought the eye ring looks broken in the picture and because they are also quite rare hadn’t spent much time thinking that was a real possibility. BUT, here’s the kicker, I took a look on eBird and the morning after I took this pic, someone ID’ed a Connecticut literally less than 10 feet from where this picture was taken. It was seen by 5 or 6 birders and lingered for the entire day. So now I’m thinking maybe it IS indeed a CT warbler! It would be a simpler explanation that one rare bird was there And lingered than to think there were TWO different rare birds on consecutive days! I would love to be able to definitely ID this bird. It’s frustrating to think I found on of two fairly rare birds and not be able to tell which one! So if anyone has any thoughts on this or further feedback to tell one way or the other what this bird is, I am all ears.