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The first is a Great-crested Flycatcher, the only myiarchus species in your area, very distinctive. The second is a Prairie Warbler, and the yellow combined with the bold black streaking is unique to this species. The third looks like an empid, and the bold eyering and dainty appearance point to Least Flycatcher. The final image is a Warbling Vireo. Notice the lack of a red eye, and softer appearance than Red-eyed Vireo, as well as the lack of yellow in the throat which would suggest Philidelphia Vireo.

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The first is a Great-crested Flycatcher, the only myiarchus species in your area, very distinctive. The second is a Prairie Warbler, and the yellow combined with the bold black streaking is unique to this species. The third looks like an empid, and the bold eyering and dainty appearance point to Least Flycatcher. The final image is a Warbling Vireo. Notice the lack of a red eye, and softer appearance than Red-eyed Vireo, as well as the lack of yellow in the throat which would suggest Philidelphia Vireo.

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