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Old Monday 1st October 2018, 00:31   #1
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I know it's a warbler

I took these Sept 30/18 in Colonel Danforth Park, Scarborough, Ontario
Thru googling & my books I came up with Juvie yellow or Connecticut warbler, a female or juvie Canada warbler. I know it's not as yellow as a nashville warbler but similar. Any help would be welcome. The fall colours help with the confusion. I'm lost
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Old Monday 1st October 2018, 00:36   #2
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It's an Orange-crowned Warbler.
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Looking at that sharply pointed bill in the second pic say Orange-crowned for me as well.
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I agree, Orange-crowned Warbler.
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Could it not be a Tennessee?
The bit of chest I can see seems quite plain, no streaking.
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The vent is yellow, ruling out Tennessee.
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The vent is yellow, ruling out Tennessee.
Thank you, had not caught that.
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Old Monday 1st October 2018, 14:29   #8
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If this is a orange crowned warbler, it is a lifer for me. I googled it in all about birds & I nature instruct & there are photos where it looks just like my bird. Also some distribution maps show that it DOES migrate thru Ontario. Thanks for the help, fellow birders
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Then congrats on your lifer and your record shot
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