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Birds from today Oct 17 2020 South Central PA


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Sorry if any of these are dark, it was foggy and murky out. 

1. Nashville Warbler?

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2. Rose Breasted Grosbeak Female? 

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3. Type of Kinglet?

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Same bird:

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4. Don't know, only shot:

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5. Swamp sparrow? Only shot. 

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Edited by Aveschapines
Correct numbering mistake
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15 minutes ago, Viurre said:

Yeah, sorry I just realized I misnumbered those. I tried to fix it. It wouldn't let me, I think I waited too long. Number them how you like.

I changed the numbers (changed the second 3 to 4 and the 4 to 5). Is that correct? If not let me know and I can edit again. And in the future you can tag me and I can edit for you when needed!

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1 hour ago, Aveschapines said:

4 is giving me a Yellow Warbler vibe but I'm very hesitant to disagree with @The Bird Nuts

Yellow Warbler -- apparently has an eye ring, but definitely has pale tips to tertials and inner secondaries, both features ruling out Wilson's Warbler, which, otherwise, would have been strongly suggested by the seemingly very dark wing.

Yellow Warbler

Wilson's Warbler

Edited by Tony Leukering
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3 hours ago, Aveschapines said:

4 is giving me a Yellow Warbler vibe but I'm very hesitant to disagree with @The Bird Nuts

Sorry, because the numbers were incorrect, I was just numbering my reply based on the number of photos and not the different birds.  Could you change that for me (3a and 3b is a Blue-headed Vireo), so it doesn't confuse more people?  Thanks!

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4 minutes ago, The Bird Nuts said:

Sorry, because the numbers were incorrect, I was just numbering my reply based on the number of photos and not the different birds.  Could you change that for me (3a and 3b is a Blue-headed Vireo), so it doesn't confuse more people?  Thanks!

Done; but I assumed that was what you meant. I was referring to the fact that you labeled 4 as warbler species. The face especially was making me think Yellow.

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