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  1. Valéry Schollaert

    ID`s Please Costa Rica

    Interesting, I visited San José many times but not since 2005, so I forgot which birds are common there.
  2. Valéry Schollaert

    ID`s Please Costa Rica

    You are probably right, but e-Bird is full of photos of Mountain Thrush from San José ; did I miss something ? https://ebird.org/species/mourob1?siteLanguage=es_DO
  3. Valéry Schollaert

    ID`s Please Costa Rica

    I see 3 Mountain Thrushes, pic 2 is Rufous-collared Sparrow, 4 is Blue-grey Tanager and last looks like Great-tailed Grackle.