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  1. pbjosh

    NorthEast Brazil, checking on some IDs

    Agree with Planalto Tyrannulet for the first two. Third one looks like perhaps Euler's Flycatcher? Lots of regional variation in that one (it is certainly at least a couple of different species). Looks more or less like an Empid structurally, and I don't see it as any Elaenia. Fuscous...