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Red-eyed Vireo plus two?, Muyil, Mexico

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Old Thursday 18th October 2018, 16:07   #1
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Red-eyed Vireo plus two?, Muyil, Mexico

Took shot of vireo but then noticed two more birds at edge of shot (enlarged).
Maybe Summer Tanager for one?
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Old Thursday 18th October 2018, 16:41   #2
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First one looks good for a Vireo. Not sure on your second image.
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Old Thursday 18th October 2018, 20:15   #3
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Thanks - I think the other two are tanagers - but not sure which.
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Thanks - I think the other two are tanagers - but not sure which.
Not familiar with the options in this part of the world, but I'd want to rule out female Euphonia for the upper bird. The short tail makes me suspicious. The lower could be scarlet tanager going by the darker wings
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Not familiar with the options in this part of the world, but I'd want to rule out female Euphonia for the upper bird. The short tail makes me suspicious. The lower could be scarlet tanager going by the darker wings
I agree. And, the other bird looks like a Red-eyed Vireo.
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Thanks to all. Happy with Red-eyed Vireo and female Scarlet Tanager.
Both Scrub and Yellow-throated Euphonia were around so female Scrub a definite possibility?
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