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    Another warbler (?) ID - SW Florida

    Thanks, everyone. I'll leave it as a Pine Warbler in my files and identify it that way when I post it later.
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    Another warbler (?) ID - SW Florida

    I was photographing in a wildlife area near Fort Myers, Fla., a couple of days ago and caught this bird in an area where I was seeing Blue-gray Gnatcatchers, Yellow-rumped Warblers and some Palm Warblers. I got a shot of a Pine Warbler nearby and originally thought this was another Pine Warbler...
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    Warbler (?) ID - SW Florida

    Thanks! I was going through my files and saw photos of a pine warbler I photographed in the same park two years ago, plus a few I caught along Lake Erie during spring migration. I guess my memory is failing with age ... :(
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    Warbler (?) ID - SW Florida

    I was on a photo hike this morning in Six Mile Cypress Slough in Fort Myers, Fla. I came across a group of small birds — primarily blue-gray gnatcatchers, some yellow-rumped warblers and a few others — when I grabbed one shot of this bird before it flew off. I assumed it was another...
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    Warbler (?) ID, Central Ohio, US

    Thanks, Stu. This bird was about 10 feet from where I photographed a migrating Magnolia Warbler last weekend. I may just stand in that spot and wait. :)
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    Warbler (?) ID, Central Ohio, US

    I saw this bird this morning in a field north of Columbus, Ohio. I'm thinking it's a Tennessee Warbler (which I don't usually see here), but fall warbler IDs give me fits. Any help is appreciated. Just want to be sure I have a correct ID before I post them to my sites: http://www.pathemlepp.com...
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    Warbler (?) ID, Central Ohio, US

    Thanks, everyone!
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    Warbler (?) ID, Central Ohio, US

    I photographed this bird in a field in Central Ohio this morning and I'm struggling with an ID. Want to be sure I have it correct before I post it to my sites: http://www.pathemlepp.com and http://www.pbase.com/hemlepp. When it landed I thought it was a female yellowthroat but it only stayed...
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    Peewee ID, Central Ohio, US

    Thanks for the quick response!
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    Peewee ID, Central Ohio, US

    I photographed this bird last weekend in a field north of Columbus, Ohio. I have a lot of trouble with peewee/phoebe/flycatcher ID's and I want to be sure I have this cataloged properly in my files so the ID is correct once I post it to my sites: http://www.pathemlepp.com and...
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    Vireo (?) ID, Central Ohio, US

    Thanks, everyone. I don't usually see many warblers here this time of year. Had me stumped.
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    Vireo (?) ID, Central Ohio, US

    I found this bird in a field in a park just north of Columbus, Ohio. It was surrounded by goldfinches so when I saw the movement and pointed the camera that way I assumed it was another goldfinch. When I saw it up close I knew it was something else. I first thought kinglet, but after seeing it...
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    Warbler (?) ID, Northern Ohio, US

    Thanks, Stu. I'm sure that's correct. I was surrounded by so many different warblers up there that I didn't even consider an oriole. [headslap]
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    Warbler (?) ID, Northern Ohio, US

    I photographed this bird in May in Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge along Lake Erie in northwest Ohio. The bird landed, pulled some fibers from the plant and flew off. I never saw its back or wings and I'm struggling with the ID. Any assistance will be appreciated. I want to be sure I have a...
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    Flycatcher (?) ID, Northern Ohio, US

    I photographed this bird last week in Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge in Northern Ohio along Lake Erie, but I'm stumped on an ID. I struggle with flycatcher IDs anyway (if this is a flycatcher). Just want to be sure I have an accurate ID before I post the photo to my sites...
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    Warbler (?) ID, Southwest Florida

    Thanks, Andrew.
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    Warbler (?) ID, Southwest Florida

    I was going through photos I shot during February in a park in Fort Myers, Fla., and I'm having trouble ID-ing this bird that I assume is a warbler of some sort. It has faint markings in the yellow so it looks like it may be transitioning from winter to summer plumage. I want to be sure I have...
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    One more warbler ID, Northern Ohio, US

    I just got back from a few days photographing migrating warblers in Magee Marsh and other wildlife areas in Northern Ohio. As usual I've run across a few that have me unsure of the ID. I want to be sure I have them correct before I post them to my websites: http://www.pathemlepp.com and...
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    Another warbler ID, Northern Ohio, US

    I just got back from a few days photographing migrating warblers in Magee Marsh and other wildlife areas in Northern Ohio. As usual I've run across a few that have me unsure of the ID. I want to be sure I have them correct before I post them to my websites: http://www.pathemlepp.com and...
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    Warbler ID, Northern Ohio, US

    I just got back from a few days photographing migrating warblers in Magee Marsh and other wildlife areas in Northern Ohio. As usual I've run across a few that have me unsure of the ID. I want to be sure I have them correct before I post them to my websites: http://www.pathemlepp.com and...
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    Wading bird ID, SW Florida, US

    Thanks, Andrew!
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