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Series of Challenging Warblers

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Seen at Riverbend Park in northern Virginia on 22 September, in a flock of confirmed Cape May, Magnolia, Palm, Tennessee, etc. 

#1 Cape May or Magnolia?

#2 and #3 probably same bird.  Palm?

#4 and #5 probably same bird.  Palm?

#6 Magnolia?

#7 blurry Palm in a dive?

#8 Another Palm?

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3 hours ago, akandula said:

4-5 look good for Cape May as well.

Agreed

And as for #7, there isn't a Palm Warbler in the world that is that green.

Edited by Tony Leukering

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