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  1. Dusky-throated Antshrike

    Dusky-throated Antshrike

    A bird with an unusually extensive black throat patch
  2. Cinnamon-rumped Foliage-gleaner

    Cinnamon-rumped Foliage-gleaner

    A lovely bird of varzea forests, I had a couple of encounters with it last year, first on the Colombian side of the border, and then in Peru, where I found a family group accompanying a mixed flock that allowed for a few photos!
  3. Brown-banded Puffbird

    Brown-banded Puffbird

    Quite a tricky specialist of white-sand forests, I only saw this one thanks to the expert help of Juan Diaz!
  4. Ancient Antwren

    Ancient Antwren

    A tricky canopy bird. Not the best photo, but I was happy to see it at all!
  5. Duida woodcreeper

    Duida woodcreeper

    One of the now four species that all used to be lumped under Lineated Woodcreeper
  6. Pearly Antshrike

    Pearly Antshrike

    An uncommon and skulking bird that can be found in the lowlands of northern Peru.
  7. Birds of a feather - NOT

    Birds of a feather - NOT

    Some cardinals will drink with anybody. Cardinalis cardinalis - cardenal norteo - Northern cardinal Zonotrichia leucophrys - gorrin de corona blanca - white-crowned sparrow
  8. White-Tailed Trogon

    White-Tailed Trogon

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