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Numbers 1 and 2 are likely the same bird but i had to enhance No. 2 in order to get anything.  My first thought was that these were goldfinch but the bill is not right for that.   Number 3 is different. Thank you for your help

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46789945982_c3186c7280_b.jpgIMG_9029 small by Jim Carscadden, on Flickr

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32966556978_6c6ef3f476_b.jpgIMG_9024 small by Jim Carscadden, on Flickr

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39877054633_8f0c95f3d9.jpgIMG_8996 small by Jim Carscadden, on Flickr

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16 hours ago, jcarscadden said:

Numbers 1 and 2 are likely the same bird but i had to enhance No. 2 in order to get anything.  My first thought was that these were goldfinch but the bill is not right for that.   Number 3 is different. Thank you for your help

I agree with @The Bird Nuts and @cavan wood that #1 and #2 are Pine Warblers, but I don't think they're the same bird.  #1 is definitely a male.  If you enhanced #2 and it's only showing a slight amount of yellow, I think it's a female.

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