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Peru - Manu National Park part II

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Old Thursday 17th May 2018, 23:24   #1
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Peru - Manu National Park part II

West of Cock of-the-rock lodge
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Old Friday 18th May 2018, 10:44   #2
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I'd suggest

1. Two-banded Warbler
2. Cinnamon Flycatcher
4. Common Bush Tanager
5. Three-striped Warbler
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Old Friday 18th May 2018, 13:10   #3
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For #1, how far west of CotR were you? It looks more like Pale-legged Warbler to me, but I don't know if you mean just at the lodge and a few hundred meters west, or 10km. The elevation change makes a big difference in which Basileuterus to expect there.

#3 might not be identifiable but to even make a decent guess it'd be nice to know more exactly what elevation you were at or where exactly you were, the species composition changes rapidly in response to altitude along the Manu Rd.
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Pics were taken on our first stop as we left the lodge and headed towards Cusco. It was about an hour later (if that) so my guess would be that we were Rocotal region with maybe 2000 elevation? Did not take notes on stops as I was expecting the guide to email me that info after the trip but sadly that did not happen. Birds from previous and next post are from the same spot if that helps
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Old Friday 18th May 2018, 15:31   #5
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If you were in the Rocotal area, I suspect your first bird is then Pale-legged Warbler.

For the third bird, I think Montane Foliage-Gleaner and Buff-browed Foliage-Gleaner are your best bets. I would lean towards Montane based upon what is more expected and what I can pretend to make out in the picture but I wouldn't really put a firm ID on that photo.
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If you were in the Rocotal area, I suspect your first bird is then Pale-legged Warbler.
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happy to go with that. I was just going on recalling Two-banded being common around CotrL
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