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Bird ID, Mexico, Yucatan Peninsula

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Old Sunday 20th January 2013, 18:43   #1
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Bird ID, Mexico, Yucatan Peninsula

Hi,

Going through some old images from 2009(?) and came across this little pic. Any ideas.
Sadly its the only images I have.

Thanks in advance

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Old Sunday 20th January 2013, 18:50   #3
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As quick an ID as always.

Thanks for your help

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Not so sure the first bird isn't a Boat-billed Flycatcher.
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Not so sure the first bird isn't a Boat-billed Flycatcher.
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I second that first one being a Boat-billed Fly.
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