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  1. Westport, MA at Gooseberry Island also known as Gooseberry Neck. 10/12/2023 Thanks in advance. EDIT: Photos are not uploading correctly. Will get back soon.
  2. S. WI today, country. This is the luck of the inexperienced birder 😕. I feel like it's probably identifiable to you pros.
  3. This lone bird made a visit to the spring the other day, first time I caught this bird on film, I think it is an immature Blackburnian Warbler, but I don't see a lot of Warblers. Thanks
  4. This week in NYC - between orange-crowned warbler, yellow warbler, and palm warbler. The yellow coverts under the tail made me think orange-crowned.
  5. Several photos of the same or possibly two birds that for some reason have me quite stumped. None of the undertail coverts match the plates in Peterson, for example.
  6. I saw this bird this morning when birding. I think it is a imm. Prairie Warbler, but I want to double check. I can upload better photos in a little bit.
  7. Hi, I saw this bird in April in the Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. Is it a female cape may warbler? or a pine warbler?
  8. Sorry in advance for the terrible photos, but this little warbler is really bugging me. I was kayaking today in central Florida through a creek, and I saw this Warbler in a mixed flock of a hooded warbler, 2 redstarts, a parula, a black-and-white, and a worm-eating warbler. Canada Warblers are very rare in Florida, so this would be unprecedented, but I really thought I saw a black "necklace" on this warbler, as well as a clean yellow belly with dark gray wings and back. Unfortunately, all my photos turned out awful, but in the first photo you can see a hint of its necklace. I'm assuming its probably just a magnolia, as they are expected now, but that "necklace" is bugging me! If anyone could help, it would be greatly appreciated, as a Canada Warble would be a life bird for me.
  9. Please help me identify this bird. It was spotted in the cedars on the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, Canada around 10 am. Thanks!
  10. Going through some old pictures and found this one of a small yellow bird. It was taken last July in Southeast Wisconsin in a field. Is it warbler of some type? Karen
  11. 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!
  12. Hi, I saw those birds in September in Toronto. Can you please confirm what they are? Thanks
  13. Hi, I need some help confirming which warblers those are. seen in Toronto in September. Can you help? Thanks
  14. Hi, can you please confirm that this is an immature female Bay-breasted Warbler that I saw in September in Toronto? thx
  15. Westport, Ct, October 1, warblers in pine and deciduous forest. Was guessing Pine and Palm but not certain. 1st photo is one individual; 2 and 3 are the same individual. Thanks for the help - new to this.
  16. Here's a Warbler species that I photographed at the beginning of last month. I can't quite figure out what it is. Can you help me out?
  17. New York City, Oct 8, 2020 I thought the Warbler might be a Yellow-rump, but I didn't see the yellow rump. I didn't get a good look of the one I labeled Swamp Sparrow, or maybe it's a Song Sparrow. I definitely saw a White Throat or 2, I could see the yellow. But I don't see the yellow on this one. I think the third one is a Song Sparrow. Thanks.
  18. Hello all. I’ve been seeing a yellowish warbler at my suet feeder for around 4 days now. I’ve looked in my field guide, but I’m still not quite sure. The pictures are pretty bad, so I’ll give a description too. Background Info: I live in West Michigan. The area has lots of farmland, but loads of trees too. Bird: The warbler overall appears yellow, and in flight I thought it was a goldfinch. It is slightly yellower in the breast, and a touch darker/more olive colored on top, but top and bottom are very similar in color. There is no streaking/markings on the breast, wings, or tail. There is a pale stripe above the eye. It appears to be white under the tail. Picture below. I also have seen a bird similar to the one described above, only with two white bars on the wings. And another with no white bars, but a gray head, and no eye stripe. Any ideas on these? Wasn’t able to take pics. again, sorry for the bad photos.
  19. I saw this warbler around noon on the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, Canada. At first I thought it was a Nashville Warbler but now I am leaning toward an Orange-Crowned Warbler due to the broken eye-ring and olive colour on top. Sorry, the pictures are are not the greatest.
  20. Where: Calgary, Alberta, Canada When: August 16 at 9:13 am MST What: Two yellow warblers drinking at our bird bath I suspect that these are immature Wilson's Warblers since we've had that species in our yard before. I apologize for the high-noise in the pictures, but I was shooting from inside the house and didn't have my telephoto lens. This is the second day they've come for a visit. They only use the bird bath to take a quick drink, and then vanish high into the trees.
  21. Hello. This morning i saw some small movement in the leaves and saw this small bird that i think is a warbler. It is greenish yellow with a gray head. Thanks!
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