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    Default Yellow-rumped Warbler maybe?

    I think its a Yellow-rumped Warbler but their are so many similar warblers and sparrows that I'm not sure. Can anyone else confirm this?

    Spotted in Halifax, Nova scotia, Canada, April29, 2012 in small wooded area.

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    Yes it's a Yellow-rumped Warbler nice pics.

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    Yes very nice pics!

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    Now Myrtle Warbler, since Yellow-rumped Warbler was split into Myrtle Warbler (eastern) and Audubon's Warbler (western).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelF View Post
    Now Myrtle Warbler, since Yellow-rumped Warbler was split into Myrtle Warbler (eastern) and Audubon's Warbler (western).
    Thanks for updating me I wasn't aware of a split

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    Quote Originally Posted by greene View Post
    Thanks for updating me I wasn't aware of a split
    You're welcome! Here's the details:
    http://www.worldbirdnames.org/n-finches.html (scroll just over 2/3 of the way down)
    http://www.worldbirdnames.org/docume...ciesgroup.html

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    Thanks for post. It’s really informative stuff.
    I really like to read.Hope to learn a lot and have a nice experience here! my best regards guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelF View Post
    You're welcome! Here's the details:
    http://www.worldbirdnames.org/n-finches.html (scroll just over 2/3 of the way down)
    http://www.worldbirdnames.org/docume...ciesgroup.html
    Thanks those myrtle warbles sure are pretty

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    Thanks for post. Itís really informative stuff.
    I really like to read.Hope to learn a lot and have a nice experience here! my best regards guys!

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