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  1. I believe all 3 are the same bird. They were sighted around 1:30 pm today in a cedar tree on the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, Canada. There are so many small grey-ish birds I am having trouble narrowing it down. Sorry about the poor picture quality.
  2. There were a couple of these birds jumping from branch to branch around dusk yesterday. They were up pretty high, but I was able to get one picture. Geographic location is Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada. My best guess is yellow-rumped warbler. Can anyone confirm? Thank-you!
  3. Greetings, this is my first post here! Today I went birding at a scrubby flatwood in Central Florida, and I saw this bird hanging out with a flock of pine warblers in a low pine tree. I am having a hard time identifying it. However, the only two warblers I know with yellow "eyebrows" in Florida are the super common palm warbler and the rare kentucky warbler. However, we usually never see palm warlbers in breeding plumage, and this bird doesn't seem to have more stripes on the belly like a palm warbler. Can someone help me ID this warbler please?
  4. Good morning, All. Amongst the usual Goldfinches, Cardinals, Wrens, Chickadees, Doves, and Titmice at my feeders this morning, there was this unknown. Could this be an Orange-Crowned Warbler? It came readily to the feeder & suet. I did not see yellow on its flanks or elsewhere. It appeared overall olive/drab & has a faint hint of an eyeline. Sorry for the underexposure and subsequent lightening. I am posting both the original and the lightened version. Thank you all. 🙂 02/22/2020. Coastal Baldwin co., AL
  5. At Silvercreek Metropark in Northeast Ohio, there were three birds I couldn't positively identify on a recent birding trip. The first I am pretty sure is a song sparrow, but wanted to double check. A friend said the second is a Pewee but again wanted some confirmation. The last seems to be some kind of warbler . I initially thought Pine, then perhaps Palm, and settled on Blackpoll, but really am not certain at all. They were seen in the late afternoon/early evening on October 14th 2019 (around 4:30pm). Photos attached.
  6. Hi, is this a Magnolia Warbler? I saw it 2 weeks ago in Toronto. thx
  7. Hi, are those Tennessee Warblers? Seen 2 weeks ago in the Presqu'Ile Provincial Park, Ontario. thx
  8. Hi, is that a Bay-breasted warbler? I'm confused because we don't see the brown crown. seen 2 weeks ago North of Toronto, ON. thx
  9. Hi, I saw this bird in Toronto yesterday. is it a female black-throated blue warbler? thx
  10. Sleuth on iBird Pro first said 99% confident Blackpoll Warbler with a photo from the right side but I don't think that one migrates through south texas, Port Aransas more specifically. The second photo with its left side profile Sleuth said 99% confident Bay-breasted Warbler. I'm leaning to the later as a female. Image taken 10-27-2018
  11. IMG_7382.CR2 I was looking for a LeCount`s Sparrow, that was seen on Saturday morning 11/17, at the Solis Hotel, near the airport, in Atlanta. I didn`t find that particular bird, but saw this one on Sunday 11/18, taking a dirt bath, or anting, about noon and haven`t been able to figure out what it is. There were lots of other sparrows and warblers, coming out of the brush, from an adjoining field, in back of the hotel, landing in these small trees and working the wet grass.
  12. Photos taken Friday, 10/5/2018, in Southeast Michigan. 1. What sparrow? I accidentally had the "POP" effect on when taking the picture, which really oversaturates the colors. I tried unsaturating in processing. 2. What warbler?
  13. 9/24/18, Dearborn, MI. Going through some photos. I brightened these. Yellow-rumped?
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