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Another warbler (?) ID - SW Florida (1 Viewer)

prweasel

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I was photographing in a wildlife area near Fort Myers, Fla., a couple of days ago and caught this bird in an area where I was seeing Blue-gray Gnatcatchers, Yellow-rumped Warblers and some Palm Warblers. I got a shot of a Pine Warbler nearby and originally thought this was another Pine Warbler but after looking at it I'm not sure. The other one was more greenish-olive above and yellow elsewhere. This bird is more neutral.

Just want to verify the type of bird so I can keyword the file accurately in my database and have the correct ID when I post it to my sites: Pat Hemlepp photography website and Galleries by Pat Hemlepp.

I appreciate your assistance.
 

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birdmeister

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I agree on Pine Warbler, too. They can be quite variable in overall color, some being very brown with no yellow. The thick bill, split eye-ring, and double white wing bars are a good combo of features for this species.
 

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