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Hello.

Please help me identify these two warblers.

Photos taken Oct 12 at my home in Corpus Christi, TX.

Thank you.

First warbler:

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Second warbler:

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Both Common Yellowthroats. First looks like an adult female and the second a first-winter bird, not sexable. 

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14 hours ago, Jeager88 said:

Just curious, why note an orange-crowned?  The second picture appears to have yellow undertail coverts.

Orange-crowneds are more green-yellow below and they have smaller bills, shorter legs, faint pale superciliums and dark eyelines, weaker broken eyerings, and faint streaking on the sides of the breast.

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