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Old Friday 4th February 2011, 14:03   #1
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Yucatan, Mexico.

Any thoughts on the following?

Am thinking the small peeps and the peep with the Ruddy Turnstone might be Semi-Ps or Western Sandpipers?

The Vultures...Turkey?

Thanks in anticipation of help.
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Old Friday 4th February 2011, 14:15   #2
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1- Yucatan Jay
4- Turkey Vulture

Tough angle on the peeps. Look close to size of Turnstone, so maybe Sanderling?

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Old Friday 4th February 2011, 14:32   #3
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Sanderling for the waders, although they do seem thin billed. Great- tailed Grackle for the last one?

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Great-tailed Grackle seems like a good bet for the last one
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