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Warbler ID Turks & Caicos (1 Viewer)

Help appreciated on these Warblers photographed last week on grand Turk. I think they may be male and female Palm Warblers but have no experience with New World Warblers. Thanks
 

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Andy Adcock

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England
Id say Palm and Yellow-rumped.....

Note on the second bird that the yellow is restricted to the rump, none on the undertail.
 
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Microtus

Maryland USA (he/him)
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Palm and Yellow-rumped Warblers. I don't think the sexes of Palm Warbler can be reliably separated in the winter.
 

Jon Turner

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There were good numbers of both species when I've been there (mostly on Providenciales). I agree with the id's of the others.
 
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