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North East Brazil (1 Viewer)

monkir

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Seen in April 2014. Bird 2 ? possibly a Gnateater.
 

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monkir

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Just done a bit more digging on the original files and they were both taken in Serra Baturite
 

Andrew Whitehouse

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That helps quite a bit because the second one looks like Buff-breasted Tody-Tyrant, which isn't found much outside of Baturite. The first could be Guianan Tyrannulet.
 

monkir

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Thanks very much Andrew. Looking through the trip report a Buff- breasted Tody-Tyrant was seen that day. Also a Slender-footed Tyrannulet from which I read the Guianan Tyrannulet has recently been split.
 

Andrew Whitehouse

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Thanks very much Andrew. Looking through the trip report a Buff- breasted Tody-Tyrant was seen that day. Also a Slender-footed Tyrannulet from which I read the Guianan Tyrannulet has recently been split.
Yes, that split is correct. They're both specialities of the area, but reasonably common there.
 

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