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    Unidentified Warbler-Sized Bird in Croton, (Hudson Valley), NY

    After reading the above posts, I went through my recycle bin to see if any of the rejected photos could shed a little light--okay, pun intended--on the bill. I found two photos that might be helpful. I've cropped them and lightened the midtone levels very slightly in Photoshop. I think they both...
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    Unidentified Warbler-Sized Bird in Croton, (Hudson Valley), NY

    It is entirely possible that I messed up the color when I tried to lighten the images. I'll repost all 4 original images without any processing other than cropping. Then maybe if anyone with more photo processing experience wants to make any adjustments they can get a better idea of the true color.
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    Unidentified Warbler-Sized Bird in Croton, (Hudson Valley), NY

    Boy, I wish I had taken that photo!
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    Unidentified Warbler-Sized Bird in Croton, (Hudson Valley), NY

    That's what threw me, too. But I think the broad upper wing bar has me convinced. Thank you both for responding.
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    Unidentified Warbler-Sized Bird in Croton, (Hudson Valley), NY

    Can anyone identify the bird in these four photos? They are all the same bird. I took the photo at Croton Point Park in Croton, NY. It was in a tree in a mixed woodland/grassland area near a bay. The bird is about the size of a sparrow or warbler. Thanks for any suggestions.
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