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Old Wednesday 13th September 2017, 21:44   #1
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Warbling vireo

I had two others that had no yellow. Possibly my third was colored yellowish by light thru leaves?
http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S39157763

The picture is in the list under warbling vireo.
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I agree with Warbling Vireo. Also, your 'Orchard Oriole' looks more like a Western Tanager to me.
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Old Wednesday 13th September 2017, 22:07   #3
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Right, not Orchard Oriole. I will check it. I changed it to scarlet tanager. Western tanager is very rare. In Lincoln, no records. A couple in Omaha. Thanks for noting that. Even that gave me a county bird.
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Some Scarlet Tanagers have very thin white wingbars, like this bird.

I agree with Warbling Vireo.
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I'd agree with Scarlet Tanager now with the new picture.
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