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Puerto Rico birds (November 20-24, 2022) (1 Viewer)

howiewu

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Hi,

I took these pictures during my short Thanksgiving trip to Puerto Rico. Most were taken near San Juan, except for 4 which was taken near Fajardo.

I have some ideas, but any confirmation would be appreciated:

1. Surely Greater Antillean Grackle? (would be new)
2. Surely Zenaida Dove? (would be new)
3. Surely Gray Kingbird?
4. Surely Pearly-eyed Thrasher? (would be new)
5. Not sure sure, an immature Puerto Rican Spindalis? (would be new)

Thanks in advance,
Howard
 

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Agree on the first four.
It is certainly possible you are correct with the fifth, I am leaning that way, but I do not really have experience with a juvenile of that species.
Niels
 
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