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sorry about the double post, my internet where I am staying is pretty slow and I wasn't sure the first time worked.

Thank for the ID help.

 

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I found another photo that would seem to confirm Cassin's I believe. I don't think a Plumbeous would have the olive on the back, correct?

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Plumbeous would usually lack or have little yellow/green tones across its whole plumage and have a more defined white supraloral.

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2 hours ago, VRVan said:

sorry about the double post, my internet where I am staying is pretty slow and I wasn't sure the first time worked.

Thank for the ID help.

 

Don't worry about it; it happens! You can tag me or send me a message and I'm glad to fix it. 

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6 hours ago, SirVive said:

Well all of the above sp. are new to me so here I learned something new 👍

Hey, I'm delighted I was able to just identify them as vireos!  These have always been trouble for me.

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This is a pretty cool place. Just starting my walk and the first two birds I see are a Vermillion Flycatcher and Yellow Warbler. Then Vireos! At the end of the walk I get into a staring contest with this guy.

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