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  1. 1. 4/17 at Fogarty Creek State Park in Lincoln County, Oregon. This bird was calling from some conifers near the edge of a clear cut. I think it's a Hutton's Vireo. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/331217261 2. 4/22 in Portland, OR. This warbler was singing from high up in some Douglas firs at the top of a steep slope. I uploaded two versions of this call; one that is heavily edited to try to bring out the call and the other one has not been tampered with as much. Edited - https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/331217631 Less edited - https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/331217641 Thank you for your help!
  2. Seen in Westport, CT, October 1, about 9:30am. 2 shots of the same bird in pines. (Also deciduous trees in woods.) Saw pine warblers in same tree. Looking at the eye stripe and thinking it's a vireo. If so what kind? Thanks for any help.
  3. Hi, is that a vireo? what kind? seen last month in Toronto. thx
  4. Hi, is this a Philadelphia Vireo? seen in Toronto 2 weeks ago. thx
  5. Looking for some help ID'ing vireos from today in St. Louis, MO. My main problem is deciding between Warbling Vireos and Philadelphia Vireos (I think). In the pic with two birds, for the left bird I am leaning towards Warbling since it doesn't appear to have much yellow on the throat. The bird on the right may be the same, although it has quite the prominent white eyebrow. The second photo is likely the same bird as on the left.
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