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  1. Tony Knight

    Costa Rica - a few identification issues !

    Sorry, one more. Presumably this can only be a female blue dacnis (blue head, green body) though it looks nothing like the image in the book :-) ? Taken at CATIE, Turrialba.
  2. Tony Knight

    Costa Rica - a few identification issues !

    Is 7 definitely a CS warbler ? Book pictures don't show the black splodges on the back going right down to the tail and the back looks a very dark olive green ?
  3. Tony Knight

    Costa Rica - a few identification issues !

    Thanks Niels. It's tough enough distinguishing between the female manakins without them putting on make-up :)
  4. Tony Knight

    Costa Rica - a few identification issues !

    Thanks for the advice. I had a few more photos of this particular bird which was moving around a fallen log on the forest floor if that helps anyone with identification ?? There do seem to be a few blue flecks on the head ???
  5. Tony Knight

    Costa Rica - a few identification issues !

    Finally, Uvita on the Pacific coast. 10 - warbler ?? 11&12 - hummingbird - I really struggle with hummingbirds ! Thanks !
  6. Tony Knight

    Costa Rica - a few identification issues !

    The next batch are from Osa Peninsular. 5 - ? 6 - sorry very poor quality - very long beak ? 7 - warbler ? other photos showed it had a white eye-ring, not too clear in this photo 8&9 - warbler ?
  7. Tony Knight

    Costa Rica - a few identification issues !

    I'd really appreciate some help in identifying the birds in the photos below, mainly as a result of poor quality record shots. I've split over 3 posts by location. The rest of my decent photos from the trip are here Birds - Costa Rica - Feb 2022 and if you happen to visit, please let me know if...
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