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Bird ID Help - Toronto, Ontario (1 Viewer)

bicchawla

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Canada
Need help identifying these from the Greater Toronto Area - possibly Philadelphia Vireo and Alder Flycatcher? Any help is appreciated (sorry for image quality). Thanks!

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Microtus

Maryland USA (he/him)
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United States
Welcome to the Forum, bicchawla! Your first bird is a female American Redstart. Your second bird is some sort of Empidonax flycatcher.
 

qwerty5

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United States
I think the Empid is likely either Willow or Alder, but you can't tell between the two without hearing vocalizations
 

bicchawla

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Canada
Hi, one more I'm not too sure about. We spotted these at a wildlife reserve just outside Toronto in a small dried up inlet right next to a marsh. I was thinking Gadwalls maybe as they have been spotted here very recently. Image quality isn't great as this was the closest we could get to take pictures.

Thanks
 

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ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
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