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Female or juvenile warbler IDs needed - South Florida (1 Viewer)

Zackiedawg

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As I've been stuck in the house and back yard for the past month, all my birding has been restricted to there - but fortunately with spring migration on, we've had good activity in the yard. This past Saturday, a good mix of warblers was passing through the trees, and as usual, I am having some difficulty placing the female or juveniles.

In the same tree in the yard, I had identifiable Cape May, Prairie, Blackpoll, Black-throated blue, and yellow-rumped warblers...so these few mixed in I'm not confident enough to identify...any help appreciated!

1. https://pbase.com/zackiedawg/image/170637424/original

2. https://g3.img-dpreview.com/A46A22E3FC474339B668C7DFA88169F3.jpg

3. https://g1.img-dpreview.com/E85900BF1EDB4337AC82CD1FDE48C450.jpg
 

Zackiedawg

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I assume all three are the same? Thank you. I suspected Cape May over the others as I could faintly see a bit of yellow around the sides of the neck and they seemed to be sticking closer to the male Cape Mays.
 
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
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