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I'm clearing some cards. I came across these bird pics. I didn't recognize the bird the day I took them, and then I forgot that the pictures existed. They aren't the best shots. I thought I would see if any of you can tell me what the bird is before I delete the files.

They were taken in Detroit Lakes on 9/3/12.

Any ideas?

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I'm with DonBo, Conneticut or Nashville but leaning toward Conneticut because I don't see a rust patch on the head.

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Yepper, gotta go with Conneticut, not enough yellow for Nashville. I was thinking maybe an immature Mourning but looks like it would need more yellow under the beak. Cool little bird.

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Thanks for the help. I looked at all the birds that were mentioned, compared to Sibley and then went online for examples. My current thought is that it is a female or first year Nashville Warbler. The yellow throat was the feature that most led me to the Nashville. Google for images of Nashville warblers and see if you agree.

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Very well could be, so hard to tell. In my book it looks more like the C but who knows. I don't see the yellow throat that the N should have. The M is out, they don't have the white ring around the eye.

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