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  1. I have so many birds that land at our office in the wrong way. In that I mean, they crash land into our windows. Sad. However I've been able to learn more of their names and such just from this sorry way to come about their happenstance. I have met a Scarlet Tanager, and a Black and White warbler all in the same day. I believe the tanager was in change of season feathers in the early part of the season of spring, late May and in August a warbler, being chased by a seagull for a snack as it rested between our hostas.
  2. Poor Warbler photos

    9/28/17, through a grimy office window in Dearborn, MI
  3. Hi, Is that a Black and white warbler? if yes, is it a female? I saw in 2 weeks ago in Ontario. thx
  4. Sometime ago I have spotted this bird and in my immature identification I thought it was Orange Crowned Warbler... now I have doubts... can you guys please take a look and let me know? Bird was spotted at the end of summer in Washington State https://www.google.com/maps/place/N+Creek+Trail,+Mill+Creek,+WA+98012/@47.8538864,-122.2238247,776m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m13!1m7!3m6!1s0x549005dc7463c041:0x7801219e5956768f!2sMill+Creek,+WA!3b1!8m2!3d47.8600971!4d-122.2042966!3m4!1s0x549005d8e24f5a2b:0xe000004cdf077d8e!8m2!3d47.8538828!4d-122.2216307 Here is the link to pictures: https://nue.smugmug.com/Birds/USA-Washington-State/OrangeCrowned-Warbler/ Thank you!
  5. Hello, I have spotted two birds at the and of August in at Bownman Bay Whidbey Island, Washington State. Some sort of Warbler and some sort of Sparrow. My initial thoughts were Yellow Warbler and White Crown Sparrow, but after looking closer at my shots I started to doubt. Please help me identify these beauties Here are the cropped pics: Thank you
  6. If it is, it is going to "rare".
  7. This little birdie is safely in the hands of the MN Wildlife Rehabilatation Center after an unfortunate window collision. Can anyone identify it? Note the yellow markings on it's tail. Could it an immature female American Redstart?
  8. Warbler

    Is this a pine warbler? Location is southwestern Michigan
  9. Warbler

    Can anyone tell me if this is a Palm Warbler? Thanks Warbler by M.A., on Flickr
  10. Please confirm or correct my Id's. Today. Central Park, NYC. Thank you! 1. Cooper's Hawk? Cooper's Hawk by Johnny, on Flickr Cooper's Hawk by Johnny, on Flickr 2. Magnolia Warbler? Magnolia Warbler by Johnny, on Flickr Magnolia Warbler by Johnny, on Flickr 3. Pine Warbler or Northern Parula? Pine Warbler by Johnny, on Flickr
  11. Can anyone identify this warbler seen today at Point Petre in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada? I have a guess but I don't want to disrupt your judgment. Thanks!
  12. Warbler ID (Chicago)

    I originally thought Blackburnian, but now not so sure. Pictures are not great. Any ideas?
  13. Some Stuff from the OBX, NC

    Hey all! I saw these two at Pea Island NWR in North Carolina a few days ago, and I just want a confirmation on them. I'm almost certain this first one is either an immature or female Common Yellowthroat, as the males were everywhere at the refuge. This one's got me stumped: There have been many reports of Marbled Godwit at Pea Island, and since they would be a lifer I went looking for them. The closest I could find to one is this very distant shorebird. I can't tell if it's a Willet or a Godwit; it seems to have reddish/buffy tones on the neck and belly area, but the bill seems small for a godwit (at least from what I've seen in photos of godwits). Unfortunately I have only two more photos, one which is almost identical to the one I have posted below and another with the birds head tucked into it's body, which probably won't be of much help here. Anyway, see for yourself-- All the Willets currently around the refuge should be of the "Eastern" subspecies. If it helps, here's a photo of one of the many Willets in the refuge
  14. Taken yesterday in maricopa county, AZ. Please ID this warbler.
  15. Near Victoria BC today. I don't think they're all the same individual, but it looks like the same species either way. Maybe orange-crowned warbler?
  16. Warbler?

    Small Bird, taken in the spring around Galveston, TX. I think it's some kind of warbler, but not sure.
  17. Warbler?

    Small Bird, taken in the spring around Galveston, TX. I think it's some kind of warbler, but not sure.
  18. Palm warbler?

    HI, I saw this one in Toronto this weekend. Is it a Palm Warbler?
  19. Warbler

    Both birds seen on April 30, 2017 in Cincinnati Ohio. 1. Only saw this bird for a brief moment, went from the ground to this log, and flew away seconds later. Is it a yellow warbler? 2. Could I get confirmation on the Northern Waterthrush? The streaking on the throat looks right. Thanks for the help!
  20. Please ID these 3 warblers from San Diego taken yesterday. Think second one is orange crowned. Third had a very yellow belly...may be yellow warbler based on location but belly was really bright. First is black throated gray warbler?
  21. I photographed this warbler on Wednesday, April 26th - a spring migrant probably passing through. Location is Palm Beach County, Florida. Any help in identifying it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.
  22. NYC, April 14. Warbler "1" in the morning; Warbler "2" late afternoon. After seeing the video (photos are screenshots) on large computer monitor, I could see they're the same type, if not same bird. I think it's a Yellow-rumped Warbler, but because the rump doesn't show up in the videos, I'm not sure. Would appreciate confirmation, thanks.
  23. This was taken today in maricopa county, arizona. Please confirm that this is orange crowned warbler. Thanq very much. usha
  24. Merlin app has this as a Magnolia Warbler. The wing bars seem to suggest so, but streaks on chest are hard to see if they're there at all. And, well, sometimes I just need a fellow whatbirder to give me an affirmative nod before I go ahead and add a species to a checklist. :-) Spotted yesterday in Long Island, NY wutbrd (1 of 1) by degibox, on Flickr
  25. NYC. When I first saw and recorded this uber-active bird in October 2016, I thought because of the size and shape that it's a female Ruby-crowned Kinglet. Note the 4th photo. But as I'm editing it and enhancing the color (only the 4th photo), I've noticed the eye-ring, which looks yellow. Now I'm thinking Pine or similar Warbler. Replies much appreciated.