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Palm warbler? - NW Florida coast

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Old Tuesday 7th January 2020, 00:50   #1
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Palm warbler? - NW Florida coast

I'm thinking this is my old friend the palm warbler, in less colorful appearance given the time of year. As always, your feedback is appreciated.
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Old Tuesday 7th January 2020, 00:54   #2
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Hi, this is a Hermit Thrush.
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Old Tuesday 7th January 2020, 01:23   #3
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I wish I could see the top of the tail color but it does look like a Hermit Thrush.
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Old Tuesday 7th January 2020, 01:36   #4
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Definite Hermit Thrush here.
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Looks like we have consensus

Thanks for your responses. I've met a new songbird. Very cool.
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Old Tuesday 7th January 2020, 18:00   #6
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Florida Winter Warblers

And for the record, about one-half dozen warblers do over winter in Florida, including the Palm Warbler
https://www2.stetson.edu/~pmay/emeralda/emaral19.htm
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Old Tuesday 7th January 2020, 18:34   #7
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And for the record, about one-half dozen warblers do over winter in Florida, including the Palm Warbler
https://www2.stetson.edu/~pmay/emeralda/emaral19.htm
And so I see. I'm always on the lookout! Thanks for the link.

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