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Old Sunday 2nd September 2018, 02:15   #1
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At Cock of the Rock Lodge in Peru

All seen at the Cock of the Rock Lodge in Peru a few days ago, please help me with the ID. Thanks.
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The only one that looks vaguely familiar to me is the first one which looks like a Wood-peewee.
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Gonna throw these out there.(so take them for what they are worth... not much) Wait for others with actual Peruvian experience...

1) looks better for one of the Elaenia species to me
2) possible Andean Solitaire
3) Tanager sp... still working on it.
4) pass
5) Slaty-backed Nightingale Thrush
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Are you sure about #5? All pictures I see on the internet have a light iris (and red beak). This one has a dark eye...
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Are you sure about #5? All pictures I see on the internet have a light iris (and red beak). This one has a dark eye...
5 = male Slaty thrush
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Gonna throw these out there.(so take them for what they are worth... not much) Wait for others with actual Peruvian experience...

1) looks better for one of the Elaenia species to me
2) possible Andean Solitaire
3) Tanager sp... still working on it.
4) pass
5) Slaty-backed Nightingale Thrush
Agree on the solitaire.

3) = f orange - bellied euphonia
4) = f violet - fronted brilliant

Still deciding about 1)

...best guess is yellow - bellied elaenia

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Agree with:
2. Andean Solitaire
3. Orange-bellied Euphonia
4. Violet-fronted Brilliant
5. Andean Slaty Thrush

I'm not going to try the flycatcher.

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Thank you all!!!!

Are these also Violet-fronted Brilliants? Same location.
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And if it helps, here is another angle of the elaenia (sorry, but I don't have any others). Thanks.
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