Scientific Name, Myiozetetes similis. Location, Paranapiacaba, São Paulo, Brasil. Comments, The red colored detail on its head is only shown when it is singing. Population: Partners in Flight estimated the global population to number more than 50,, individuals (A. Panjabi in litt. ), which is placed in the band. Find similis Stock Images in HD and millions of other royalty-free stock photos, illustrations, and vectors in the Shutterstock collection. Thousands of new.
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Into the Woods and Elsewhere: February
Authorities recognizing this taxonomic concept: American Ornithologists' Union 2nd edition incl. Social Flycatcher Myiozetetes similis [version 1] Avibase taxonomic concepts current: Myiozetetes similes Flycatcher Myiozetetes similis [version 1] Avibase taxonomic concepts v.
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Actually I did get a couple of fuzzy photos last year when we saw the quail behind Savegre Lodge. Buffy-crowned Wood-partridge Dendrortyx leucophrys and Black-breasted Wood-quail Odontophorus leucolaemus were missed. It was now raining for keeps - but uniquely so.
The sun was shining and the sky was, more or less, blue. It was as if the sky had turned on its misters. Misty or whatever, but we got so wet! And so did the birds. As the last one up the trail, I got several nice photos of this Mountain Elaenia. Myiozetetes similes too wet yet, it perched on the red branch and seemed to enjoy the combination of rain and mist.
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Vernon had to see Miriam, so we spent a few of our last minutes back on the myiozetetes similes. Look at how soaked this Black-billed Nightingale-thrush is! Another wetter Mountain Elaenia Same bird I love this photo of Sooty Thrush - the water droplets can be seen on its feathers.
Now we are climbing higher. The clouds are low and gray. We are heading to the top of the mountain location where the media and cell phone towers are planted and the only place myiozetetes similes see Volcano Junco Junco vulcani. We saw it very well. Everyone got out myiozetetes similes the van to get photos.
Knowing I had photos from last year's trip, I didn't endure the windy rain. A little further down this road we also saw a little family of Myiozetetes similes Wrens Thyrorchilus myiozetetes similes and Peg-billed Finch Acanthidops bairdi - both with limited high elevation ranges and myiozetetes similes difficult to see - especially the Peg-billed finch was seen well.
We left this spot and drove to a nearby weedy and littered roadside location and piled out of the van.
With no let up in the myiozetetes similes rain, Vernon heard the vocalization of the Wrenthrush Zeladonia coronata and we ducked into a small cave-like area of low trees, bushes and weeds. Large rain myiozetetes similes dripped from overhead and fell on our heads.