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Golden-crowned Tanager
Unfortunately, this bird preferred to keep something (mostly leaves) between itself and my lens. Even on this image there is grass straw partly blocking the view.
Location
Podocarpus PN, above Tapichalaca, Zamora-Chinchipe, S Ecuador
Date taken
14 June 2019
Scientific name
Iridosornis rufivertex
Equipment used
Pana G80 w PL100-400
nicely showing its golden crown, not obvious at all!! great photo of this handsome tanager, Niels, many tfs!!!
 
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It would seem there's little wonder there's very few images of this species in the Gallery, if they're all this hard to get Niels!!!

What a beauty he is - very well done my friend.
 
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Lol, I often have that problem with most Central and South American bird species! Excellent work capture this beauty Niels! TFS!
 

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Central & South America & Mexico
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