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These birds were seen in a stunning mixed flock of (at least) Magnolia, Cape May, and Black-and-White Warblers, at Riverbend Park in northern Virginia on 19 September 2020.  I think we had many additional species in the same mix, some of which are lifers for us.  Welcome your help on these...

#1  Confirm Black-Throated Green Warbler?

#2  Confirm Blackpoll Warber?

#3-#4 (same bird, tail and breast behind tree, and head)  Confirm Orange-Crowned Warbler?

#5-#6 Confirm Northern Parula?









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Many thanks to all!  The Black-Throated Green was a lifer for us, so I thought I should sanity-check with experts.  We found ourselves amid dozens of them. I totally believe the last one as Tennessee.  Tennessee was a lifer for us just in the last few weeks, and it's so new to our experience that it just didn't cross my mind that this is what we had.  As for the juv Cape May, this makes total sense, given the many it was with.  As for the alleged Blackpoll, I'm increasingly skeptical; I bet they're not actually here yet.  Thanks again to all!

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