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Old Monday 6th July 2009, 22:23   #1
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Help Please - Central Texas, USA

Hello all, I've got one that I would consider hard, but am sure the experts on here will sort out. Only picture I got of the bird, and it is a back view, looking down. Taken early June of this year, outside of Fredericksburg, Texas. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old Monday 6th July 2009, 22:29   #2
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Bell's Vireo perhaps?
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Thanks, Birderbf, it would definitely be a possibility as I saw one there the day before, this fellow did look bigger - but I never get sizes right.
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I was thinking possibly either a MacGillivray's or Mourning Warbler, but unsure.
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