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Yucatán. Please id (1 Viewer)

testoduro

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Christmas time . Can you please confirm and id them?

1 and 2 Same bird. I don't know. The pics taken from below has rendered my efforts to id it fruitless.
3. Great Crested Flycatcher
4. Northern Parula
5. Least Flycatcher

Thank you!
 

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HH75

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Ireland
Christmas time . Can you please confirm and id them?

1 and 2 Same bird. I don't know. The pics taken from below has rendered my efforts to id it fruitless.
3. Great Crested Flycatcher
4. Northern Parula
5. Least Flycatcher

Thank you!
The tail pattern of the first bird seems to suggest Magnolia Warbler to me, and the 'parula' seems to be a White-eyed Vireo.
 

testoduro

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The tail pattern of the first bird seems to suggest Magnolia Warbler to me, and the 'parula' seems to be a White-eyed Vireo.
Thank you, Harry!

I enclose another pic of 'beheaded' bird 1 (pics 1 and 2), better focused but with no head.
 

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lgonz1008

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1 & 2. Magnolia Warbler
3. Call and habitat is the best way to ID when you have multiple Myiarchus species in the same area. But the light at the base of the bill and rufous leads me to Great Crested Flycatcher like you
4. White-eyed Vireo
5. Least Flycatcher
 

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