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3 Songbirds from S. Jersey - Taken Sunday (1 Viewer)

safarisurfing

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Drawing a blank on these three birds, thanks.
 

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howiewu

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Nobody?

I will stick my head out -- I may be quite off --

1. Apparently a flycatcher, maybe Acadian?
2. A warbler, I get a female Blackpoll look in this one ...
3. Is this the same bird as 2? Thinking on this one ...
 

Jeff Hopkins

Just another...observer
United States
All right, I'll take a shot, too.

1) Given that it appears to be open habitat, I'll go with willow for the flycatcher.
2) I see a pointy bill and a wing bar. Maybe a pine warbler?
3) I think it's a field sparrow, but I could be convinced it's a chippie.
 

DarkFireFalcon

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Both two and three look like juvie Pine Warblers. The bill is too thin for a goldfinch, but heavier than most other warblers.

1 looks like a Willow Flycatcher, with no visible eyering and rather moderate primary projection (vs longer primary projection for Acadian).
 

safarisurfing

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thanks guys, there were pine warblers around, so juve pine warbler makes sense, as does willow flycatcher due to the habitat it was found in.
 

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