Jared,
These are indeed both typical Bay-breasted, in case you had any doubts.
Undertail color seems to be pretty variable, as is the intensity of yellow
on the underparts, as in most fall warblers and vireos.

Jay

On Sun, Sep 8, 2019, 7:16 PM Sue Phillips <s...@twcny.rr.com> wrote:

> I believe that’s a Pine Warbler, per the 2 white wing bars & broken eye
> line.
>
>
> On Sep 8, 2019, at 1:51 PM, Jared Dawson <jaredwdaw...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi, I had three warblers at the same time this morning in yew and white
> cedar trees, from a distance all appearing yellowish with obvious white
> wing bars. One I could see was dipping its tail a bit. I ran and got my
> camera and was able to photograph two of them. I’m a western birder so have
> only a few experiences of eastern fall birding. The two birds both look
> good for Bay-breasted, especially the feet and legs appearing dark gray,
> but on one the undertail coverts are quite white (the other, lighter bird,
> had light buffy coverts, not shown well in photos). Is this a variable
> character? I’ve uploaded several photos to eBird, see below. Any comments
> are welcome.
> Jared Dawson, Trumansburg
>
> ps, I have not detected the summering family of Red-headed Woodpeckers
> since the 4th of September, despite being in my yard a lot of time since
> that date...
>
> 30 Bradley St, Trumansburg, Tompkins, New York, US
> Sep 8, 2019 11:00 AM - 11:15 AM
> Protocol: Stationary
> Comments:     noticed more than one yellowish warbler in my yew and
> northern white cedar trees from the deck, went and got some photos
> 8 species (+1 other taxa)
>
> Ruby-throated Hummingbird  1
> Downy Woodpecker (Eastern)  1
> Blue Jay  3
> Black-capped Chickadee  6
> Tufted Titmouse  2
> White-breasted Nuthatch  1
> American Robin  2
> Bay-breasted Warbler  2     see photos; one very light yellow with faint
> streaks on crown and back, the other darker yellow-green; the former bird
> had buffy undertail coverts, but the second are bright white, a mark for
> Blackpoll, but I can detect no yellow on legs or feet on either bird; there
> was a third bird that also appeared good for Bay-breasted, but I could not
> see it well nor photograph it, and it was dipping its tail which is a mark
> for Blackpoll
> Bay-breasted/Blackpoll Warbler  1     see remarks for the Bay-breasted
> Warblers
>
> View this checklist online at https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S59610131
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