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Peru - Cock-of-the-rock lodge v

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Old Sunday 9th September 2018, 19:53   #1
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Peru - Cock-of-the-rock lodge v

Photos taken at and near lodge in April
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Old Sunday 9th September 2018, 23:25   #2
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Rufous-rumped Foliage-Gleaner.
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Old Monday 10th September 2018, 15:21   #3
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Best guesses: 1 + 2 = buff-fronted foliage gleaner. 3 = marble-faced bristle-tyrant. 4 = montane foliage-gleaner. 5 = spotted tanager
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Old Monday 10th September 2018, 21:28   #4
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1-2 shows a clearly hooked bill so I believe it's actually a Russet (Eastern) Antshrike.
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I tend to agree with Motmot that it looks like a Rufescent / Eastern Russet Antshrike. The bill and the jizz don't say Buff-fronted Foliage-Gleaner to me, despite the plumage. Worth noting that this is a very well birded site and the Antshrike isn't recorded in eBird there yet, but then again it's not a common or obvious species and I think it probably gets overlooked, a lot.

I think the Flycatcher is a Slaty-capped on the bill length, overall elongate structure, and pale eye, doesn't have the jizz or dark eye of a Marble-faced or Variegated Bristle-Tyrant.
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Old Tuesday 11th September 2018, 00:21   #6
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I've birded intensively the Cock-of-the-rock lodge area quite a few times and never found a Russet Antshrike so I was kind of reluctant to make this call at first. I see from your post pbjosh that I'm not the only one struggling to find this species in Peru.
I can't think of a better candidate though as these pics do really look good for a Russet Antshrike imo.
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Old Tuesday 11th September 2018, 01:18   #7
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Here are a few more photos from that bird

Not exactly sure of the area but it was within walking distance from the lodge as you walk towards the lek (half way would be my guess).
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Agree russet antshrike, slaty-capped fly. Couldn't really see the pale eye on this (old) phone!
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