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Misc. Birds of Mexico

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Hi there!

Hoping for help with a few more from the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.  (Pictures taken last week.)

My best guesses:  Ruddy Ground Dove, Northern Waterthrush, Dusky-capped Flycatcher or Yellow-olive Flycatcher?

Thanks again for your help!

 

49460214041_8bd415050a_k.jpgIMG_7701 by Sarah Murphy, on Flickr

49460446792_8b35e613fa_k.jpgIMG_6725 by Sarah Murphy, on Flickr

49459738543_6bd6ff145d_k.jpgIMG_7729 by Sarah Murphy, on Flickr

 

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Well I don't know Mexican birds but the second one is a Palm Warbler, the third is some sort of Myiarchus flycatcher, the first a small dove it could be a female Ruddy Ground-Dove or something else I'm not aware of.

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  1. Ruddy Ground Dove is correct. Common Ground Doves would have a scaly head/neck pattern.
  2. I agree with Palm Warbler - note the yellow undertail coverts.
  3. Definitely a Myiarchus flycatcher; it's tricky to differentiate them. I'd lean Great Crested due to the green-colored back.
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