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Old Sunday 25th April 2010, 16:21   #1
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Birds of Mexico - Yucatán Peninsula

1. Yellow Warbler?
2 & 3. Euphonia sp.? What species?

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Old Sunday 25th April 2010, 17:22   #2
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1. Yellow Warbler?
2 & 3. Euphonia sp.? What species?

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Think your right with the Warbler,the other looks like Yellow-throated Euphonia to me.
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Yes, that first one is a Yellow Warbler and I also agree that the euphonia is a Yellow-throated.
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Yes, that first one is a Yellow Warbler and I also agree that the euphonia is a Yellow-throated.
I also agree with both. The red streaking on the breast and lack of a red head mean the warbler cannot be a mangrove and the only euphonia in the region with a yellow throat is yellow-throated (its not clear in either picture, but a dark throat and upper breast of the other species would be obvious).

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