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Old Sunday 25th March 2018, 20:12   #1
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Last few from Yucatan this January

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1 American Redstart
2 White-eyed Vireo
4 Green Jay, immature


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1 American redstart male
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1. American Redstart
2. White-eyed Vireo
3. Empidonax sp, maybe Least Flycatcher
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5. Empidonax sp, maybe Least Flycatcher
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Right, bouyed by my earlier failures, here goes:
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I was too hasty with the Vireo, Larry is right on White-eyed

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I was too hasty with the Vireo, Larry is right on White-eyed

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Who was right......


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When I finished my first post, I saw your post with only the AmRe. When I returned to the thread later, I did not check if you had afterwards added extra lines, sorry.

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Old Monday 26th March 2018, 07:37   #9
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When I finished my first post, I saw your post with only the AmRe. When I returned to the thread later, I did not check if you had afterwards added extra lines, sorry.

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Yes, it wasn't there when I posted either

WEV was generally the most abundant vireo in Yucatan, as I recall.
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Yes, it wasn't there when I posted either

WEV was generally the most abundant vireo in Yucatan, as I recall.
I did the easiest one first, must admit, I was delayed with the edit,trying to understand why the Jay had pale eyes but had the Vireo there first that I saw, not important anyway, my comment was lighthearted....... had no intention of trying the flycatchers....



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