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Found 159 results

  1. Seen September 20 in New York. I have a guess as to what this is, but I won't say just yet.
  2. Hi, If someone could help me with this ID I would be grateful! Seen in Syracuse NY on October 4, 2016 which would be fall migration. I've been looking back at my fall lists and would love to have input here! *Plus it would go on my life list! Thanks in advance.
  3. THANK YOU!!! 1. Gnatcatcher? 20161226_092232 by degibox, on Flickr 2. Pine Warbler? 20161224_133817_wm by degibox, on Flickr 3. Another Pine Warbler? 20161224_133834_wm by degibox, on Flickr
  4. Photographed this bird today at UT Arboretum, Oak Ridge, TN. Female Pine Warbler? 696A7102 by Melinda Fawver, on Flickr 696A7105 by Melinda Fawver, on Flickr
  5. Hi, I saw that bird in August in Newfoundland (actually on the French island of St Pierre & Miquelon!). Is it a warbler? What kind? thx
  6. This cute little creature was found hoping around The Pond in NYC's Central Park today. It stayed on the ground, moving swiftly, very much like a wren. It even has a very wren-like tail but I'm assuming it's a warbler of some kind. My ID apps appear stumped. Perhaps because it's migrating. Does anyone know? Thanks! -Peter Who is she__ by degibox, on Flickr
  7. Hello, I was rewieving some pictures taken last July in the nature park "Île de la Visitation", Montreal, Canada. I'm not skilled in north american birds, so even with my Peterson guide I'm not sure if this is a Yellow Warbler or another bird...
  8. Seen yesterday morning in South Florida: So I know these pictures are pretty crummy but I was wondering if an ID would be possible. An orange-crowned warbler was seen later in the day and I'm wondering if this is what I got although not sure if it's possible to narrow it down enough. DSC_0694 DSC_0693
  9. Observed this warbler briefly in a mixed flock on the Blue Ridge Parkway in central Virginia (approximately mile post 30) on August 28th, 2016. My first impression was Pine, but again looks were brief and I wasn't comfortable calling it with certainty. I was only able to obtain these two photos showing the face and side profile separately through the foliage (low canopy level): I would appreciate anyone's opinion on the ID of this warbler. Thanks!
  10. Seen today at Stone Harbor Point, NJ. 50 yards from the Atlantic Ocean. My guess is Cape May Warbler, but that is really just a semi-informed guess. Not a great image: Thank you!
  11. Good afternoon, this weekend just after sunset I noticed this little warbler at about 2 meters high in the trees in Aruba, certainly not a regular visitor. High iso, low shutter speed, quality is terrible. Any clue which this can be? Thanks in advance, Michiel
  12. My gut says Palm Warbler, but a small piece of me says not Palm Warbler. Image taken today in SE Pennsylvania. Confirm Palm Warbler?
  13. I have just recently began noticing birds and was thrilled today to have a new beauty at my feeder. I have poured over images and am not sure what it is. I saw it today, September 29, near a river in southeastern New Hampshire.
  14. Need ID help. Date: September 25, 2016 Location: Bombay Hook NWR, Liepsic, Delaware I am guessing a Northern Parula or Nashville Warbler. The head seemed a little grayer than pictured in the photo. Thank you for your help.
  15. Hi, all, Recently I saw this bird from about 60 feet away; it was actively feeding and moving about in some brush about five or six feet off the ground. This was in southern Maine, which is a bit north of the normal BWWA breeding range. It did not stay still very long, was usually at least partially obscured by foliage, and was moving in and out of mottled sunlight, making it hard to accurately judge colors, etc. The photos below (as bad as they are) were about the best I could do. I initially had it as a Tennessee (which would be more likely in this part of Maine), mostly because it lacked the obvious wing bars typical of the BWWA. But the eye-line that was heavier in the lores, the lack of a strong eye-ring, and the yellowish underside all pointed to a light -- perhaps first-year female -- Blue-Winged. The tail seemed a bit long for a Tennessee as well, and it did fan it at one point. From the nape through the back it was yellowish green, which, along with the white UTC and the slaty-colored primaries and tail, also suggests Blue-Winged. In other words, after going over the photos I'm pretty sure it's a BWWA, but for whatever reason I have a nagging sense that I'm wrong and perhaps missing the ID entirely. Anyone want to weigh in and offer some help here? Thanks in advance! Stanley
  16. This was taken in Southwestern CT today. Thanks! IMG_1698 by Aidan Kiley, on Flickr IMG_1696 by Aidan Kiley, on Flickr IMG_1695 by Aidan Kiley, on Flickr
  17. New to birding and would like some help with these warblers. Photos were taken at Bloomingdale Bog, NY on 8/29/16 1. 2. 3. I hope I am sharing these correctly and the links work.
  18. New York City, Sept. 15, 2016. Distinct partial eye ring (top & bottom, forgot what it's called). No breast or underside markings. Couldn't get a good look or video of the wings, too many shadows. I think there were two of them. They were "flitty," more like a Pine than a Yellowthroat. Replies very appreciated.
  19. Hello everyone! I saw this little guy today during a birding trip with a class. I thought it looked almost like a Northern Parula? What do you guys think? On the island of Montreal, September 13. Thanks!
  20. Hi! Greetings from Canada! This photo was taken on August 30, 2016, here in Nova Scotia. I noticed it had yellow down through the belly, so am not sure if it is a Common Yellowthroat after all. They only have yellow on the throat, and undertail coverts? It seemed to resemble an immature Mourning Warbler. Below I am posting a picture I took of an obvious Common Yellowthroat, taken the previous day. The shadows make it difficult, but the throat appears to be stand-out yellow because the sun is hitting it directly. The belly was quite yellow and it's hard to see it in this shot, but that's the only shot I have. The underbelly of the Common Yellowthroat is supposed to be white, and this one doesn't have that. Still, I'm not sure. Following are two photos I have from the .pdf series taken from The Warbler Guide. One of an immature Mourning Warbler, and one of an immature Common Yellowthroat. Just for comparison. The very brownish Common Yellowthroat photo I took is obviously looking like it should, but the other did not look like the same species. One more experienced birder I asked said it was a Yellowthroat. What do you think?
  21. Can anyone help with this guy, I have a hard time with female warblers. _MG_0384-Edit by Terry Dickerson, on Flickr _MG_0388 by Terry Dickerson, on Flickr _MG_0382 by Terry Dickerson, on Flickr
  22. I'm usually pretty good at identifying warblers, but this one is giving me a bit of trouble. I took this photo in January 2016 in the Arenal area of Costa Rica while on a hike. This bird was foraging in the low bushes along side the trail, and I initially pegged it as a Mourning Warbler. Looking back at my photos, however, I'm less sure of that ID. It looks a bit different than the Mourning Warblers I'd seen previously at home in Southern Ontario. Mourning, Connecticut, Kentucky, and MacGillivray's Warblers are all present in Costa Rica during the winter. I had initially dismissed the others because of the lack of a distinct eyering or white around the eye, but, assuming this is a juvenile bird, is it possible that the eyering is simply not very defined yet? The undertail coverts don't seem to extend far enough out for a Connecticut Warbler, I don't think. The beak is most like a Mourning or MacGillivray's Warbler's, but the yellow on the face is screwing me up. Any ideas?
  23. If this really is a Louisiana Waterthrush, it would be a new bird for our list! I have more pictures and videos if you need them.
  24. Just want to get another opinion (or two) on these. Young warbler seen on July 8th. Warbler seen today. Thanks!
  25. Coast of Maine. Nashville Warbler? Thanks