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Old Monday 24th October 2011, 17:27   #1
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3 from Pantanal, Brazil Aug

These are from a recent trip to the Pantanal (off the Transpantaneira, Mato Grosso do Norte, Brazil) in Aug/Sep.

Can anyone confirm
1. Greater Yellowlegs
2. Thrush-like Wren
3. ? Some kind of foliage-gleaner or spinetail? Walked around in the leaf litter and made a monosyllabic cheep sound repeatedly.
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Old Monday 24th October 2011, 17:53   #2
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Hi George,

The first is a Solitary Sandpiper.
Agree with TLW
White-lored Spinetail - http://www.oiseaux.net/photos/jean-m...inetail.1.html
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Thanks Mark! I originally thought Solitary Sandpiper at the time, but then somehow changed my mind when looking at the book (honest)… thanks for that correction. And perfect match for the white-lored spinetail.
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No worries George , I had to think about the spinetail though , made my head hurt

And I should have known straight away
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