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  1. Bay-breasted was my first thought as well
  2. Looks good for a Song Sparrow to me as well
  3. For the future, flycatchers have thin seed-like bills. Just by Bill shape you can be certain that this individual is not a flycatcher. However, this bird’s conical Bill strongly suggests a goldfinch. You can learn a lot about birds from the shape of their bill.
  4. This individual’s breast is too dark gray to be a Lincoln’s Sparrow. There is no buffy coloration on the breast or face.
  5. Some birds will stay in an area beyond the expected time. It is not too unusual to see a late straggler. I agree, this is a Yellow Warbler
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