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Old Thursday 23rd February 2012, 12:36   #1
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Bird id in Argentina and Chile

A friend has recently returned from a month in Argentina and Chile (jan) and took some bird photos- I have id some but need help with the following.
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Old Thursday 23rd February 2012, 12:38   #2
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Old Thursday 23rd February 2012, 12:39   #3
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Last two - many thanks.
These havent upload ed well - i will try again.
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Old Thursday 23rd February 2012, 12:45   #4
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Try again - better. I have an idea with Hooded Siskin and the wader but as i didn't it I am not sure of the size.
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Old Thursday 23rd February 2012, 12:57   #5
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First 5

1. Patagonian Mockingbird
2. Yellow Rumped Siskin
3. Ground Tryant Sp
4. Crested Duck & Chilean Flamingo
5. Common Diuca Finch

Next 4

1. Austral Thrush
2. Adult Diuca Finch feeding young
3. Bar Winged Cinclodes
4. Yellow Rumped Siskin

Next 2

1. Andean Goose & Chilean Falmingo
2. Bairds Sandpiper

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Old Thursday 23rd February 2012, 13:28   #6
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Alan - your wonderful!

I thought it was Bairds - great.

I knew about the Flamingo!

Thank you so much for the other birds my friend will be really pleased.
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Old Thursday 23rd February 2012, 13:35   #7
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The Ground Tyrant looks like White Browed Ground Tyrant...Where was the picture taken??


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I would say that location would likely be of help for several of the others, too, at least to confirm that Alan was right.

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The Ground Tyrant looks like White Browed Ground Tyrant...Where was the picture taken??


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I'll have to find out - my friend is at work at the moment.
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In the first 5, it is not a Chilean Flamingo. To much black on the wings. It is a Andean Flamingo.
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On the last 2, the middle Flamingo is Chilean Fl. and the other 2 are Andean Fl.
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Thanks Fritz - I will have to go through the extensive Flamingo shots to sort out the two species!
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Hi,
The Ground Tyrant is a Ochre-naped Ground Tyrant
The third picture of the secund post is a Buff-winged Cinclodes
And the last picture of the second post looks like a Black-hooded Sierra Finch to me.
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