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This is not a Big Year - Pedro´s 2021


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#95, Great kiskadee

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#96, Black-backed water tyrant

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#97, Tropical kingbird

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#98, Common tody-flycatcher

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#99, Vermilion flycatcher

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#100, White-headed marsh tyrant

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#101,  Short-crested flycatcher

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#102, Streaked flycatcher

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#103, Cattle tyrant

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#104, Fork-tailed flycatcher

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How brilliant that there are birds named Tyrants

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Congrats on passing #100 Pedro! Well done, really good pictures. I'm getting quite nostalgic going through your thread, I remember most of these from my Pantanal trip - far too long ago. 

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Another good selection from your trip (as expected) and  congratulations on your first Century in your not Big Year.

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Congratulations on the century and thanks for showing us another beautiful batch of photos! I do recognize some of them from our Colombia trip and that brings back good memories.

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congrats on the 100th and what a cute bird to celebrate it with. 

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#105, Mato Grosso Antbird

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#106,  Purplish jay

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#107, Blue-and-white swallow

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#108, Gray-breasted Martin

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#109, Brown-chested martin

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#110, White-winged swallow

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#111, Southern rough-winged swallow

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