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Mexico pacific coast Nayarit bird ID request (1 Viewer)

ColinSev

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Hello all,
Hello all,
I am in Puerto Vallarta for a few months and have spotted these birds that I cannot ID. I am from UK so all these birds are new to me. Your help would be appreciated, Cheers
 

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Butty

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1. Sharp-shinned hawk.
2. Unhelpful angle, and thus looks rather like a tanager (either summer tanager or hepatic tanager), but I think it's probably a painted bunting. Other photos could help.
3. A Myiarchus flycatcher.
4. Some warbler. Might help to tweak the photo to see into the murk obscuring the rear end.
 

AveryBartels

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1. Imm. Sharp-shinned Hawk
2. Female type Painted Bunting - awkward angle but bill appears too stubby for Tanager and Painted Buntings should be common in this area
3. Brown-crested Flycatcher - larger bill than other Myiarchus in area if I am remembering correctly
4. Nashville Warbler - yellow throat, greyish head and thick, complete eyering
 

ColinSev

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1. Imm. Sharp-shinned Hawk
2. Female type Painted Bunting - awkward angle but bill appears too stubby for Tanager and Painted Buntings should be common in this area
3. Brown-crested Flycatcher - larger bill than other Myiarchus in area if I am remembering correctly
4. Nashville Warbler - yellow throat, greyish head and thick, complete eyering
thank you for your help.
 

ColinSev

Well-known member
1. Sharp-shinned hawk.
2. Unhelpful angle, and thus looks rather like a tanager (either summer tanager or hepatic tanager), but I think it's probably a painted bunting. Other photos could help.
3. A Myiarchus flycatcher.
4. Some warbler. Might help to tweak the photo to see into the murk obscuring the rear end.
Thank you
 

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