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Old Thursday 1st November 2018, 20:09   #1
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Please help with these
I was thinking no. 1 might be a grey catbird
No 2 could be yellow Throated euphonia
And no ideas on 3,4 & 5

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Old Thursday 1st November 2018, 20:27   #2
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1. Grey Catbird, 3. Magnolia Warbler, 4. Yucatan Vireo. 2 and 5 are Euphonias...I'll leave them to someone else to look up!
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Old Thursday 1st November 2018, 21:19   #3
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Male Euphonia is a Yellow-throated Euphonia.
Female or immature Euphonia appears to be same species.
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I see no reason to disagree

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I agree on #1 and #3.
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Don't take this wrong way but don't have a field guide with you I'm sure you could ID some of this birds yourself if you have one.
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Don't take this wrong way but don't have a field guide with you I'm sure you could ID some of this birds yourself if you have one.
No I dont have a field guide, as we only booked 4 days before we arrived, so didnt get chance,
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