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Buff-fronted Foliage Gleaner
Buff-throated Foliage Gleaner (Automolus ochrolaemus) Sexes similar. Along the Belande Terry Highway, east of Abra Patricia Reserve, Amazonas, Per. Secondary tropical humid montane forest (cloud forest) at 2,012 m (6,600 ft) elevation, eastern-slope of the Andes.
Habitat
Secondary tropical humid montane forest (cloud forest) at 2,012 m (6,600 ft) elevation, eastern-slope of the Andes.
Location
Along the Belande Terry Highway, east of Abra Patricia Reserve, Amazonas, Per.
Date taken
January 2017
Scientific name
Automolus ochrolaemus
Equipment used
Canon
It looks like he is gleaning the foliage, Stanley! Well spotted and taken.
 
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Am I right in thinking this is the nominate subspecies Stanley?

What a great pose you captured, it's so nice to see his back plumage - many thanks my friend.
 
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What an interesting name - it almost sounds like a job description! A wonderful capture od this delightful little bird doing just what it should! Many tfs Stanley!

Chris
 
That foliage looks like it needs some gleaning ;) Great job, both gleaner and photographer |=)|
 

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Central & South America & Mexico
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