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Old Friday 15th June 2012, 02:23   #1
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Yucatan, unknown green bird

This could be a flycatcher (and that was my first thought), but does not quite fit with the ones that I did see there. It could also be a Saltator? or something else completely? (and no, I did not get any pictures that show a different angle).

thanks for any ideas

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Yellow-green Vireo?

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Thanks. I did not realize it would look so big-headed from behind. I have other pictures of YgVireo from shortly after this one.

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