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    Warbler ID - BC Canada

    I did say above that I suspect the first group are three different birds. The bird in the new photo is an orange-crowned warbler (undertail-covert colour).
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    Warbler ID - BC Canada

    I suspect these are three different birds. Tennessee warbler has contrasting whitish vent/undertail-coverts. So... not sure about excluding Tennessee warbler in pic 1, but the others must be orange-crowned warbler.