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Birds seen in trees around Spofford Lake in New Hampshire in August. Would love ID help!

Bird 1: (2 photos) August 17. juvenile Northern Parula?

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Bird 2: August 17, same tree and time as Bird 1.

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Bird 3: (2 photos) September 6, a pair seen in low branches of tree just back from shoreline in mid-afternoon.

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The first two look like Pine Warblers to my eye, though it's not really possible to definitively rule out Bay-breasted or Blackpoll with complete certainty.

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6 hours ago, Benjamin said:

The first two look like Pine Warblers to my eye, though it's not really possible to definitively rule out Bay-breasted or Blackpoll with complete certainty.

The first bird is conclusively Pine. 2 I agree could be Bay-breasted. 

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6 hours ago, blackburnian said:

The first bird is conclusively Pine. 2 I agree could be Bay-breasted. 

Yes, sorry, I should have clarified. 1 is certainly a Pine.

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