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Need help IDing Peruvian Amazon Birds (1 Viewer)


We were in the Peruvian Amazon in late October - early November this year. Here are photos of 5 birds that we have been unable to ID. Any help would be appreciated.

Tom in Cleveland, Ohio


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Agree with 1 and 2. The Tiger Heron in amazonian areas should be Rufescent, Fasciated should be found in montane (or sub-) streams.

Have not looked at the others

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