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Warbler ID - Corpus Christi TX. (1 Viewer)

qwerty5

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This picture shows no white at all on orange crowned tail or coverts
 

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Butty

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What is this photo? The bird in the OP's video? or an unrelated photo of an orange-crowned warbler posted purely in order to illustrate that species' plumage?
 

Microtus

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Oh. That makes things confusing: people won't be continually reading back through the thread to see if others have edited their posts.
Sorry! When I deleted, nobody had replied to my post, so I figured it was ok to edit without saying that I had done so. I'll be more careful with any future edits.
 

qwerty5

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What is this photo? The bird in the OP's video? or an unrelated photo of an orange-crowned warbler posted purely in order to illustrate that species' plumage?
An unrelated photo of an orange-crowned warbler. Sorry, I guess I should have specified
 
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qwerty5

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Shot a short long distance vid of the warbler on 1 May in Corpus Christi, Tx. in the early morning from inside the house. Would like help on ID. Thanks for your responses.

-r

I guess my opinion is it's likely a Tennessee, because of timing (late for Orange-crowned) and the white visible in the vicinity of the tail
 
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