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I'm not the best at IDing warblers and some of these guys were good hiders.
1. 47927216001_d041dc2165.jpgID? by Rick J. Baker, on Flickr

2. Vireo (Red-eyed or Warbling?
47927216466_0e694bb4df.jpgID? by Rick J. Baker, on Flickr

3. 47927217511_35f7fe09c5.jpgID? by Rick J. Baker, on Flickr

4. May be the same bird as #3
47927212322_bfd67a63cd.jpgID? by Rick J. Baker, on Flickr

5. 47927212897_c34d42d044.jpgID? by Rick J. Baker, on Flickr

6. I was thinking female Am. Redstart
47927219956_f76f510b04.jpgID? by Rick J. Baker, on Flickr

7. I think this guy had a black cap. Wilson's or Hooded maybe?
47927221436_383692f276.jpgID? by Rick J. Baker, on Flickr

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1. Swainson's Thrush

2. Tennessee Warbler

3 & 4. Magnolia Warbler

5. Another Tennessee I think.

6. Yes.

7. White undertail looks good for Hooded... female

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#1 is a Nashville Warbler, #6 is another Tennessee Warbler, and I think #7 looks fine for a Wilson's.  I agree with the rest of birdbrain's IDs.

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2 minutes ago, The Bird Nuts said:

#1 is a Nashville Warbler, #6 is another Tennessee Warbler, and I think #7 looks fine for a Wilson's.  I agree with the rest of birdbrain's IDs.

Dam... guess being up at 4am the past few days, does wonders for my bleary eyes...

I took the yellow in the first pic as leaves, but upon closer look, i see it is the bird, so I agree with Nashville... good catch. I can see 6 as a Tenneessee. But the underside of tail look white to me in 7, plus looks like some blackish marking on face/cheek... favors Hooded over Wilson's for me.

OP, any other pics of 7?

 

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Depending on where this was in Ontario, but Hooded have a very limited range in Ontario as well. I think it's Wilson's either way though.

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It was in Durham Region, a half hour east of Toronto. A Hooded was spotted in the area a week ago as well as a few Wilson's

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