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  1. Little Blue Heron (juv)

    Little Blue Heron (juv)

    Juveniles start all white and gradually turn blue over the first two years.
  2. Crested Oropendola

    Crested Oropendola

  3. Trinidad Motmot

    Trinidad Motmot

  4. Purple Honeycreeper (m)

    Purple Honeycreeper (m)

  5. Blue-chinned Sapphire (m)

    Blue-chinned Sapphire (m)

  6. Orange-winged Parrot

    Orange-winged Parrot

  7. Cocoa Woodcreeper

    Cocoa Woodcreeper

  8. Carib Grackle (f)

    Carib Grackle (f)

  9. House Wren

    House Wren

  10. Red-crowned Woodpecker (m).

    Red-crowned Woodpecker (m).

  11. Rufous-breasted Hermit

    Rufous-breasted Hermit

  12. Olivaceous Woodcreeper

    Olivaceous Woodcreeper

    One of 15 subspecies.
  13. White-necked Jacobin (juv)

    White-necked Jacobin (juv)

  14. Green-throated Mango (m)

    Green-throated Mango (m)

  15. White - cheeked Pintail

    White - cheeked Pintail

  16. Trinidad Motmot

    Trinidad Motmot

  17. Rufous-tailed Jacamar

    Rufous-tailed Jacamar

  18. Orange-winged Parrot

    Orange-winged Parrot

  19. White-chested Emerald

    White-chested Emerald

  20. Eared Dove (m)

    Eared Dove (m)

    Thanks to cerylerudis for pointing out I'd misnamed the dove yesterday. Here's the real thing!
  21. Barred Antshrike (m)

    Barred Antshrike (m)

  22. Barred Antshrike (f)

    Barred Antshrike (f)

  23. Whimbrel


  24. Barred Antshrike (male)

    Barred Antshrike (male)

  25. Dabs

    Duck ID - Tobago

    The duck in the attached photos was seen in a pond in Bon Accord, Tobago on Saturday 2nd December. Also in the pond were Black - bellied Whistling ducks, White - cheeked Pintails, Lesser Scaups, a singular Northern Pintail, Least Grebes and Common Gallinules. I appreciate assistance with...