Okay, I know you said I couldn't play... but I'm assuming the warbler in question is facing right behind a Black-and-White? If that's the bird in question, it is NOT a Blackpoll Warbler, and I want 12 points for guessing what bird it is.
What is the next to bottom bird?
The bird behind the B&W is possibly a very wet Tennessee Warbler.
The three bottom birds, left to right are: Blackburnian, Chestnut-sided and American Redstart....The bird above that last pic is a Blackburnian.
The mystery bird behind the Black-and-White is a species that is often confused with the Blackpoll Warbler during fall migration when they're no longer sporting breeding colors.
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