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  1. I'd call #3 a Great Kiskadee. There is rufous in the wings and the white eyebrow wraps all the way around and meets at the back of the head.
  2. Forgot to share my most recent lifer, from Oct 25 in Markleeville, Alpine Co, California. Yellow-browed Warbler by mattgrube, on Flickr
  3. Agree with akandula's IDs. Bummer you didn't get the Sword-billed there, but hopefully you saw it elsewhere. Try for Torrent Duck at Guango? It is supposed to be a better spot, but I tried a few times and never had luck getting one there. We did eventually connect with some a couple hours drive further down the river.
  4. I'm not at all sure, but given location, my best guess might be a female Yellow-bellied Seedeater? Any males around? They are often present in groups.
  5. That is an Amazon Kingfisher. Note the split breast band that flares out towards the middle, which is characteristic of Amazon.
  6. Any other photos? It's tough, but I'm thinking it might be a Lucy's. I think I can see dark red on the rump.
  7. ABA lifer last weekend: Common Ringed Plover by mattgrube, on Flickr
  8. Agree that it looks like an Elaenia. Elaenias are notoriously difficult (and sometimes impossible) to identify. There are 11 different Elaenias reported to eBird from Goias, so I really wouldn't have much confidence venturing an ID.
  9. Without more pictures it may not be identifiable, but Red-rumped Cacique would be an option.
  10. Tough to be sure, but I'd guess it is young cormorant flying head on.
  11. I think it is a Black-headed Trogon. The other option would be Gartered Trogon, but I believe Gartered should have fine barring on the wing coverts, which I am not seeing on this bird.
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