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ednamex Wednesday 28th April 2010 18:03

Birds 21-25 Mexico
 
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You are all really helpful. Thank you!

More from Yucatan.

Ed

WACCOE Wednesday 28th April 2010 18:37

4 Is a Yellow-throated Euphonia

Gavia_immer Wednesday 28th April 2010 19:35

N2&3 look like Greyish Saltator (Saltator coerulescens).

N.4 is a 'Myiarchus' Flycatcher but I wouldn't risk an ID without a proper view.

Jim M. Wednesday 28th April 2010 19:42

[EDIT: Though No. 4 is mentioned, I assume No. 5 is the photo actually being referenced in the quote below as a Myiarchus--No. 4 is clearly not a flycatcher of any sort.]

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gavia_immer (Post 1806568)
N.4 is a 'Myiarchus' Flycatcher but I wouldn't risk an ID without a proper view.

I don't think it's a Myiarchus. Looks more like Contupus.

Best,
Jim

WACCOE Wednesday 28th April 2010 21:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by J. Moore (Post 1806575)
I don't think it's a Myiarchus. Looks more like Contupus.

Best,
Jim

Still think 4 is a Yellow-throated Euphonia

Jim M. Wednesday 28th April 2010 21:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by WACCOE (Post 1806677)
Still think 4 is a Yellow-throated Euphonia

Oops! I was referring to photo #5 in my post above and assumed that is what "Gavia Immer" was referring to also when he said he thought it was a Myarchius. I think he/she mistakenly wrote 4 when he/she meant #5

Best,
Jim

Birdingcraft Thursday 29th April 2010 00:20

Number one is a female American Redstart, number two and three, yes Grayish Saltator, number four yes, Yellow-throated Euphonia, and number five looks like it might be that sneaky flycatcher from the other post. I also think it's a pewee species- might be Tropical but can't say for sure.

Gavia_immer Thursday 29th April 2010 19:30

Hey, Guys!! :hi: Yes, I wrote N.4 meaning N.5. Sorry about that. And giving a second thought, I agree with N.5 being a 'Contopus' instead of a 'Myiarchus'. The prominent crest deceived me in my first look.

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