Date: 9/27/17 9:53 pm From: Chris Blazo <000000a22b6b5249-dmarc-request...> Subject: Re: Help identifying fall migrant warblers
The first seems to be a first winter female Tennessee with it's very short tail, yellowish throat, absent to faint wing bars and pale eyebrow with pale eye arcs. The second bird seems to be a first winter female Blackpoll Warbler with bold white wing bars and faint streaking on breast. Bay-breasted would show limited signs of rust-tinted buff on flanks, no faint streaking on breast and buff undertail coverts. The feet would also be dark in the Bay-breasted as opposed to orange in the Blackpoll, but we can't see them in the photo.