Your picture of a Tennessee Warbler is lovely! Also, I liked the views
of the Parula. Sounds like you had a nice morning indeed at Herrick's Cove.
On 8/30/2010 13:33, Julie Waters wrote:
> The other morning I was birding at Herrick's cove and got several
> varieties of warbler all in the same spot near the parking area.
> There's one in particular that, after doing a bit of research I
> suspect is a Fall Tennessee Warbler:
> I'm looking specifically at a few things: the very weak line through
> the eye; the patch of white on underside of the tail; the lack of any
> spotting on the chest; the black legs and black beak; the darker wings
> than rest of body. I went through the Peterson's warbler guide and
> just can't find anything else that matches.
> Also some very nice looks at a Chestnut-Sided Warbler:
> and a Northern Parula:
> I found all three of these birds in the same tree at once. I couldn't
> get two of them in focus at the same time, so I used photoshop to
> merge two of the photos together, giving clear looks at the Parula and
> the possible Tennessee, but still with the Chestnut-Sided out of focus:
> Any advice on the mystery bird would be greatly appreciated.