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2 birds to id - South Florida, USA (1 Viewer)


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In Big Cypress National Preserve, Jan 3, 2017; I was hoping the first two showed a Western Kingbird? The 3rd - Pine Warbler? Just not sure. Thanks!


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Your third image looks like a Yellow-crowned Warbler to me.

The first two are Flycatchers and I'm gonna guess at Great Crested but I may well be wrong on that. I don't think they could be Yellow-bellied because the yellow doesn't go far enough up.
Concur with Reuven.

Western Kingbird, by the way, has a much paler throat than this, and lacks the strongly-defined wing bars of the Great Crested.
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