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Old Friday 9th November 2018, 01:08   #1
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3 birds in Ecuador?

Hi everyone,

Yesterday i saw these 3 birds in north-west Ecuador at an altitude of 1300 meters. I think the first one is a bran-colored flycatcher, the second one piratic flycatcher and of the third one I have no clue. Can anyone help?

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Old Friday 9th November 2018, 01:21   #2
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Agree with your first two birds.
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Old Friday 9th November 2018, 01:31   #3
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Third, possibly a Planalto Tyrannulet?
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Thanks. I don't think planalto tyrannulet occurs in west Ecuador right?
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Thanks. I don't think planalto tyrannulet occurs in west Ecuador right?
Suggest it's sooty-headed tyrannulet. Apart from the sooty head, no wing bars, yellowish underparts and strong, clean superciliary
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I believe you're right. Thanks!
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Suggest it's sooty-headed tyrannulet. Apart from the sooty head, no wing bars, yellowish underparts and strong, clean superciliary
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