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Poor lighting conditions, Ohio. 2 and 3 are same bird, different angle, 6 and 7 same bird. 4 looks like Blackburnian  immature.

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Edited by John Landon
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My best guesses:

  1. Philadelphia Vireo
  2. and 3. Pine Warbler
  3. Blackburnian Warbler
  4. Pass
  5. Warbling Vireo?
Edited by akandula

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1. I'd call this a Warbling based on the lack of dark lores

2-3. Agree with Pine Warbler

4. Agree with Blackburnian Warbler

5. Cape May Warbler, I think

6-7. Agree with Warbling Vireo

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1 hour ago, The Bird Nuts said:

1. I'd call this a Warbling based on the lack of dark lores

2-3. Agree with Pine Warbler

4. Agree with Blackburnian Warbler

5. Cape May Warbler, I think

6-7. Agree with Warbling Vireo

This is where I am at as well. I agree with all... including the "I think" part on #5 :classic_biggrin:

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