And please allow me to clarify that I have no idea why it is circulating 
that I put the blessing on the ID as MacGillivray's after having a 
single 2 second look at a tiny image on someone's phone on Sunday. My 
reaction was simply a "wow" and I never pursued it further.



Patricia Lindsay
Bay Shore


On Tue, Dec 19, 2017 at 03:16 PM, Shaibal Mitra wrote:

> Hi Cesar and all,
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> Very cool-looking bird!
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> I think its overall shape (and particularly its very finely pointed 
> bill) and manners suggest Orange-crowned Warbler. I also think that a 
> MacGillivray's Warbler would show a thicker, blacker loral stripe.
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> Finally, the whitish edges to the tips of the primaries are a typical 
> feature of Orange-crowned Warbler, and one that I can't recall seeing 
> on things like Mourning Warbler or Common Yellowthroat, whcih 
> MacGillivray's would be expected to resemble.
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> Shai Mitra
> Bay Shore
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> From: bounce-122143179-11143...@list.cornell.edu 
> [bounce-122143179-11143...@list.cornell.edu] on behalf of Cesar 
> Castillo [czar3...@yahoo.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2017 1:46 PM
> To: EBirds NYC; NYSBIRDS-L
> Subject: [nysbirds-l] OCWA or MGWA
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> Dear All,
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> I have posted the original images on flicker.  I have not messed with 
> the photos except in increasing their sharpness.  I can see how this 
> could be an orange-crowned warbler, however I remember seeing a grey 
> hood that extended quite a bit, Carry Laben and I immediately thought 
> Mourning W until we looked at the photos and thought MacGillivray's. 
> Memory is fickle though when it comes to details, I don't tend to just 
> trust mine without evidence.  The hood, if it is real is most notable 
> in the 2nd and 7th link below.
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> Thank you all, it's too bad no one else has been able to see it.  I 
> attempted to find it on Monday morning, but there was active 
> construction in the location where it was found, and most of the snow 
> in the park had melted, giving this bird and all the other birds found 
> in the same spot ample opportunity to find food elsewhere.
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