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ID help for a few Amazonian (Brazil) birds (1 Viewer)

ugolino

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Dear all,
I would be most grateful for your opinions.
i attach (in order) photos I took on a recent (July-August) trip with my guesses:
- Greenlet (Grey-chested ?)
- Woodcreeper (Striped ?)
- Tyrannulet (Amazonian ?)
and then one from two years ago, also in summer but from the Atlantic Rain forest....
- Antbird/Antshrike/Antwren.... but I have no idea...
Thank you so much in advance for any contribution. Best, ugolino
 

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Andrew Whitehouse

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It would be extremely helpful if you could be more specific about where the photos were taken.

I think 3 is maybe Slender-footed Tyrannulet.
4 looks like an Antvireo - maybe Spot-breasted.
 

THE_FERN

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It would be extremely helpful if you could be more specific about where the photos were taken.

I think 3 is maybe Slender-footed Tyrannulet.
4 looks like an Antvireo - maybe Spot-breasted.

These look plausible. For 1) I suggest buff-cheeked greenlet (not grey-chested as that has a pale eye) and for 2) straight-billed woodcreeper based on bill shape, mantle colour (rufous), whitish throat and white breast streaks/spots.
 

ugolino

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Many thanks to both of you.
Totally makes sense....
Apologies for the delayed thank you, I was travelling
Ugolino
 
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