I think my pics just aren't good enough for a positive ID so I decided to list them as unknown passerines on my ebird list for the trip yesterday. Sure wish I'd been able to get some better shots, maybe next time. ( : Thanks to everyone who replied. 

 Here's the link to the ebird list. Not a big list but the seeing the sharpie was a nice surprise. 


On Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 10:21 AM, Jack Foreman <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
We saw these two birds yesterday morning at Canann C.A. and after looking through literally hundreds of bird pics on the internet last night and again this morning we're still unable to ID them. In spite of being relatively certain they're warblers, I've even tried to turn them into every other possibility  I could think of, from goldfinches to kinglets but still no luck. Only able to get a couple of quick shots before they flew off and as a result of high ISO settings and long range the pics are embarrassingly bad which doesn't help but I'm hoping that someone with more warbler savvy than myself might be able to see enough in the fuzzy images  to make an ID. My best guess at this point is that they're pine warblers but I'm far from being convinced enough to post them to ebird list as such.
 Here's the link to photobucket images.  My apologies for the sorry pics and Thanks for taking a look.


Jack Foreman
Leslie Mo.

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