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A few birds from Venezuela IV (1 Viewer)

Jose Ramon

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Hi all,

Could you please help me with a few birds forn western Venezuela?

All the pictures were taken in Western Venezuela (Andes and Llanos) in January.

#1 Latitude: 8° 45' 44.27" N Longitude:70° 27' 34.52" W Altitude: 838,89 m

#2 Latitude: 8° 46' 13.87" N Longitude: 70° 26' 45.18" W Altitude: 827,83 m

In #2, colours could be a bit unreal because the picture was taken in the shadow and I had to increase lightness to get the bird.

#3 Latitude: 8° 46' 13.66" N Longitude:71° 26' 56.03" W Altitude: 429,85 m

#4 Sorry, no coordinates. The picture was taken around Sierra Nevada National Park, Humbolt Trail, ...

#5 Sorry again, no coordinates. The picture was taken around Sierra Nevada National Park, Humbolt Trail, ...



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My guesses
#1 Golden-faced Tyrannulet
#3 Southern Beardless Tyrannulet
#4 Cinnamon Flycatcher
#5 too much contrast, not sure what to say
I think #4 is a Flavescent Flycatcher
#5 could be a Common Bush Tanager, the nape looks yellow, but I think that is just an artefact of the bright sunlight?
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