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Old Wednesday 13th September 2017, 01:02   #1
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some more from Bluefields, Jamaica

Few more from Bluefields in Jamaica
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Old Wednesday 13th September 2017, 01:03   #2
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An this the last one from Bluefields sorry for poor quality
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Old Wednesday 13th September 2017, 01:56   #3
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1 and 2 must have been streamertails.
3 looks like a RL Honeycreeper female - but I am not sure they are supposed to be in Jamaica?
4 I am disturbed by the forked tail
Pass on the rest

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Old Wednesday 13th September 2017, 08:15   #4
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For 5, maybe have a look at the kingbirds. Maybe Juvenile Loggerhead or Eastern?
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For 5, maybe have a look at the kingbirds. Maybe Juvenile Loggerhead or Eastern?

Jamaican Becard, female.



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Jamaican euphonia for No. 4? Looks similar to the seedeaters of Central america, but unsure that any of these would occur and the greyish underparts and olive tones to the mantle seem ok for this species. Either that or Black faced grassquit in moult - which would explain the forked tail.
No. 3 looks like a vireo spp to me, struggling to reconcile this with any NA warbler I've seen - never seen Tennessee warbler in the flesh which could be another option.
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Old Wednesday 13th September 2017, 16:09   #7
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Good shout on the becard, compare: http://www.birdforum.net/opus/Jamaican_Becard

I think the tail on 4 is too long for Euphonia, but a grassquit in moult would explain much of it.

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1-2 Streamertail
3 Black-whiskered Vireo?
4 Black-faced Grassquit
5 female Jamaican Becard

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