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gardenpom
Melbourne, FL

January 4, 2007
12:53 AM

Post #3050962

Need expert help with this...maybe a Palm Warbler? I have three shots to upload.

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gardenpom
Melbourne, FL

January 4, 2007
12:54 AM

Post #3050966

Another shot.

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gardenpom
Melbourne, FL

January 4, 2007
12:55 AM

Post #3050973

Final shot.

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ginger749

January 4, 2007
12:57 AM

Post #3050985

Great Pics. gardenpom,
Your birds seem more friendly.
Marilynbeth
Hebron, KY

January 4, 2007
1:05 AM

Post #3051021

Gardenpom,

Great photos!!! Excellent shots! Beautiful bird!

That last one looks like he/she's pearing down at you wondering what you're doing! LOL! Cute!

Sorry, I don't know anything about Warblers to help.

Marilyn
betterbloom
Blythe, CA
(Zone 10b)

January 4, 2007
1:06 AM

Post #3051026

Nice pics, but I don't have a clue what kind they are.
pelletory
Marlton, NJ

January 4, 2007
1:13 AM

Post #3051052

Maybe a Yellow Rumped Warbler??
gardenpom
Melbourne, FL

January 4, 2007
1:28 AM

Post #3051093

I don't know, I google these birds and I just can't tell. There are smililarities and big differences in them.
pelletory
Marlton, NJ

January 4, 2007
1:58 AM

Post #3051202

Palm Warbler has a Chestnut Cap and a Yellow undertail. Your bird doesn't seem to have either of those.
Birdlady_Susie
Mesa, AZ

January 4, 2007
2:41 AM

Post #3051337

I would agree with Pelletory- yellow rumped warbler. Out here they are usually called audubon's warbler. Has a distinctive call when feeding, really works the ends of branches and wherever leaves or in the case of no leaves, the branches come out of the trunk. That's where they find tasty little bugs!

Lovely photos!
Susie
Magpye
NW Qtr, AR
(Zone 6a)

January 4, 2007
3:36 AM

Post #3051474

Yep, tis in agreement also .. Yellow-rumped Warbler.

They winter-over in Florida, to boot! Super NICE shots, gardenpom !!

- Magpye

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Resin

Resin
Northumberland
United Kingdom
(Zone 9a)

January 4, 2007
10:08 AM

Post #3051795

Yellow-rumped Warbler for me too

Resin
gardenpom
Melbourne, FL

January 4, 2007
10:23 AM

Post #3051809

Thanks everyone! Glad to know what this little beauty is.
gardenpom
Melbourne, FL

January 4, 2007
11:06 AM

Post #3051855

Guess these were the same little birds I saw last week.

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pelletory
Marlton, NJ

January 4, 2007
12:15 PM

Post #3051978

No this ones different; no streaking on the breast.

Resin

Resin
Northumberland
United Kingdom
(Zone 9a)

January 4, 2007
12:30 PM

Post #3052007

Quoting:Guess these were the same little birds I saw last week


These are American Goldfinches (in winter plumage). Note the thick bills (warblers have slender bills)

Resin
pelletory
Marlton, NJ

January 4, 2007
1:02 PM

Post #3052061

I love the Goldfinches winter plumage. I have some nice pics of it I'll try to find.
gardenpom
Melbourne, FL

January 4, 2007
11:36 PM

Post #3053834

First time I ever noticed Goldfinches here...wish I got them when they had their beautiful colors, though. Thanks a lot for everyones' help. Purchased an Audubon book today so maybe I can get better at this.
magpied
Phoenix, AZ

January 4, 2007
11:44 PM

Post #3053854

The bird on the left in the set of 3 reminds me of evening grosbeak. Not that it *is*--but plumage is similar.
DonnaB
Vancleave, MS
(Zone 8b)

January 8, 2007
3:47 PM

Post #3065007

Beautiful shot
ceejaytown
The Woodlands, TX
(Zone 9a)

January 8, 2007
5:37 PM

Post #3065258

magpied - I always think of the evening grosbeak as an American goldfinch on steroids.
pelletory
Marlton, NJ

January 8, 2007
6:20 PM

Post #3065342

LOL, now thats one mental image!
Chuck7
Lakeland, FL

January 13, 2007
12:51 AM

Post #3078392

Yellow Rumped Warbler

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