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4-6:00 I worked along road 4 km beyond station. I saw 2 antswarms - both had groups of Yucatan Jays making lots of noise & diving on to ground. Both groups confirmed my generalization that young (i.e. yellowbilled birds) mob [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] come closer more. At first antswarm I had KW, Hooded [[female symbol]], Ruddy woodcreeper - at Lrd R. T Ant tanagers, [[male symbol]] Hooded. I saw 3-4 W.E vireos - solity or in loose mixed species flocks. only 2 Maggies, 1 adult Blue-winged, Saw, & hd, BTB, hd & saw 4-6 Redstarts ([[male symbol]] nc [[double male symbol]]. 2-3 Black & w warblers in mixed flocks. & 1-2 more Least flycatchers. [[end page]] [[start page]] Day List Black Vulture Turkey Vulture [[arrow pointing under Turkey Vulture]] Ocellated Turkey Chachalaca Kestrel Amizon sp. Violicious Trogon Pale Billed Woodpecker Golden-fronted Woodpecker Ruddy woodcreeper L.B. woodcreeper Rose throated Becard [[male symbol]] - both at veg Grey collered Becard [[male symbol]] - along road. B.R. Atilla Tropical Kinbird [[strikethrough]] B crested flycatch. [[/strikethrough][ Yucatin flycatcher G. Kiskedee S. Bentbill W.T Spadebill Green Jay Brown Jay Yucutan Jay S.B. wren ? L.B. Gnatcatcher B.G. Gnatcatcher Barred Antshrike [[arrow up to kiskedee]] [[strikethrough]] Hooded Oriole [[/strikethrough]] B & W wabler 4 BW warbler Y.T warbler 1 ( in Market in Felpe [[?]] [[Purlo?]]
Maggies probably means Magnolia Warbler, BTB probalby means Black-throated Blue Warbler, B.R. Atilla probably means Bright-rumped Atilla,
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