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Squirrel Cuckoo, never heard of it but what a lovely bird!

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#77, Glittering-throated emerald

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This is the first (and only) hummingbird I ever saw, I wasn´t able to take a picture of it flying but I knew I had at least one acceptable, by my standards, but the picture was in the damaged SD card, so this was one of the main reasons I was hoping the photos could be retrieved.

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#78, Ringed kingfisher

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#79, Amazon kingfisher

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I think this one is also Amazon, a male:

 

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#80, Green kingfisher

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such beautiful kingfishers!

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#81, Rufous-tailed jacamar

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#82, Black-fronted nunbird

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#83, Toco toucan

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#84, Green-barred woodpecker

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#85, Campo flicker

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Beautiful additions.

I'm only a little upset that I spent 4 hours to get just 1 new tick and you've hit us with another 14, any one of which makes mine look dull.

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1 minute ago, Soukous said:

Beautiful additions.

I'm only a little upset that I spent 4 hours to get just 1 new tick and you've hit us with another 14, any one of which makes mine look dull.

 

Well, it took me much more than 4 hours to get my ticks, but yours doesn´t look dull at all ;).

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#86, Narrow-billed woodcreeper

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#87, Great rufous woodcreeper

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#88, Planalto woodcreeper

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Great birds.  I do love a toucan :wub: - was that some kind of nest it was attacking? 

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28 minutes ago, shazdwn said:

Great birds.  I do love a toucan :wub: - was that some kind of nest it was attacking? 

 

That I don´t know, but it was a curious scene.

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#89, Yellow-chinned spinetail

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#90,  Pale-legged Hornero

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#91, Rusty-backed Spinetail

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#92, White-lored Spinetail

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#93, Gray-crested cacholote

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#94, Rufous hornero

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