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Seeking flycatcher help

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Seen at Riverbend Park in northern Virginia on 22 September.

#1 and #2 are probably the same bird, seen in low branches, including #2 with head rotated 180 degrees for a look upward and back.

#3, 4, and 5 are a second bird, mixed in with a flock of warblers, in low branches, but leaving little visible to work with.

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1 and 2 are a juvenile Eastern Phoebe.

3. Tyrannidae sp

4. Passerine sp

5. Passerine sp

Lol sorry I can't be of more help

Edited by AlexHenry

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3 minutes ago, akandula said:

1-2. Eastern Wood-Pewee

3-5. Traill's (Willow/Alder) Flycatcher

I agree with the first two, but I don't know about the rest.

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