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(New World) Warblers ID help, Toronto (1 Viewer)

ajayr

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Hi,

Please help IDing these warblers I saw today (21st Aug) in Toronto. I believe 5-9 would be Cape May warblers in varying plumages. I was wondering if 1-4 are also Cape May Warblers.

Thanks
Ajay
 

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stuartelsom

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Hi Ajay,

All appear to be Cape May Warblers with the exception of 2, which looks better for Pine due to the diffuse underpart streaking and prominent whitish wing-bars.

Stu
 

ajayr

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Hi Ajay,

All appear to be Cape May Warblers with the exception of 2, which looks better for Pine due to the diffuse underpart streaking and prominent whitish wing-bars.

Stu
Thanks a lot..Really appreciated..

2 was what I was doubtful about the most too..Was thinking it could be a Magnolia..
 

stuartelsom

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I had considered Magnolia for 2 but there's no hint of an eye ring and the mantle looks fairly plain, but yes, could definitely be a poorly marked Maggy.
 
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