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Yes these are all Yellow-rumped Warblers. 

I'm not sure with Audubons vs Myrtles, probably Myrtle due to lack of yellow throat, but I'm not confident about this.

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the first 2 photos are Myrtle.

the last one.... i don't know. drab throat points to Myrtle, but the yellow crown points to Audubon's.... maybe a Hybrid? Or maybe the light makes the throat look white and it's yellow?

 

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Both Myrtle and Audubon's have yellow crown patches. Both (all three?) are immatures, the first (one or two) are females, the last a male. Both (all) look to be Myrtles, though the female(s) is a very dull one and might be problematic on subspecies ID.

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