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Folks: it's not OK to take other people's photos to edit and re-post. Just like we don't correct each other's spelling and grammar, we don't take it upon ourselves to decide that someone's photo needs correction. In addition, as has been emphasized before, you need to respect copyright.

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2 hours ago, MarkG said:

The Saltator photo I posted was that of a Black-headed Saltator.  The photo was taken in Playacar in the Yucatan a few days ago.  The Buff-throated would be uncommon for that part of Mexico.  

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I have 4 different Saltators photoed.  Thanks for pointed that out.Grayish.1251292273_SaltatorGrayish.thumb.jpg.e5626ea3819e5773c1dddea0c906c146.jpg

Black headed

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Streaked

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From Cornell

The "Ipswich Savannah Sparrow," a subspecies that breeds on Sable Island, Nova Scotia, is nearly 50 percent heavier than most other Savannah Sparrow subspecies. It is the palest race, and is found in winter in sand dunes along the Atlantic Coast. It was formerly considered a separate species.

 

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