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  1. Andy Hurley

    Unknown small bird today Nova Scotia Canada

    The two species that breed in Nova Scotia are Blue-headed and Red-eyed Vireo, so REV is certainly possible or even probable. Both bird have similarities, but also a few differences. I think in favour of REV: The beginnings of an olive cheek, supecillium reaches behind the eye, no apparent wing...
  2. Andy Hurley

    Unknown small bird today Nova Scotia Canada

    I have nothing to add to that!
  3. Andy Hurley

    Unknown small bird today Nova Scotia Canada

    It is still very young and the full wing feather pattern has not yet developed? BTW Butty, you may notice that you are very aggressive in "correcting" what I have written on several treads this lunchtime. You have a habit of this and I ask to tone it down. The op asks for guesses and there is...
  4. Andy Hurley

    Unknown small bird today Nova Scotia Canada

    Blue headed Vireo I think.
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