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    Birds in Ceara, Brazil

    Thanks Fritz - all very helpful.
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    Birds in Ceara, Brazil

    Thanks both - I would be inclined to agree with this, it was definitely half the size of the Kingbirds which were close enough to compare the size relatively accurately. I think 4. must be either a Sick's Swift or Band-rumped Swift - not sure which would be more likely based on my description...
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    Birds in Ceara, Brazil

    Hi all I have a few more Brazilian birds I would be grateful for some assistance in identifying: 1. Yellow Tyrannulet? - a small passerine with a very bright yellow underbelly and darker top half; about half the size of the nearby Tropical Kingbirds. It was perched on the overhead wires (see...