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BIRDS during 
Focus On Nature

Minas Gerais

A List of Birds in Minas Gerais 
compiled by Armas Hill

465 species of birds have been found during FONT tours, since 1992, in Minas Gerais (& adjacent Espiritu Santo). 
During one of our Minas Gerais tours, we traveled into Espiritu Santo to see the extremely rare CHERRY-THROATED TANAGER.   


MN:  in the state of Minas Gerais 
ES:  nearby, in the adjacent state of Espiritu Santo 

In the following list, months of the tours are noted during which the birds have been found.     

(t): a globally threatened or rare species, designated by Birdlife International
  (t1): critical     (t2): endangered     (t3): vulnerable
(nt): a near-threatened species globally

(BRe):   species endemic to Brazil     (BRqe): quasi (or nearly) endemic to Brazil
(BRi):    introduced species in Brazil  

(ph):  species with a photo in the FONT web-site

Photo at upper right:  BRASSY-BREASTED TANAGER, a colorful Brazilian endemic
Photo below:  the BRAZILIAN MERGANSER, one of the rarest of the world's birds, 
has been found during 6 FONT tours in Minas Gerais. 


Upcoming FONT Birding & Nature Tours in Brazil  

A Complete List of Brazil Birds, in 4 parts:
Part #1: Tinamous to Doves     Part #2: Macaws to Flycatchers     
Part #3: Antshrikes to Grosbeaks
    Part #4:  Vireos to Grosbeaks 

Birds during FONT Tours in Mato Grosso, Brazil

Rare & Threatened Birds of Brazil  (with some photos)

Mammals & Other Wildlife during FONT Tours in Brazil  (with some photos)

Directory of Photos in this Website


  1. Solitary Tinamou (nt) (BRqe) ______  MN may,oct
    Tinamus solitarius

  2. Little Tinamou ______ MN oct
    Crypturellus soui

  3. Yellow-legged Tinamou (nt) (BRe) ______ MN sep,oct
    Crypturellus noctivagus

  4. Brown Tinamou ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Crypturellus obsoletus

  5. Small-billed Tinamou ______ MN may
    Crypturellus parvirostris

  6. Tataupa Tinamou ______ MN oct
    Crypturellus tataupa

  7. Red-winged Tinamou ______ MN sep,oct
    Rhynchotus rufescens

  8. Spotted Nothura ______ MN mar.sep,oct
    Nothura maculosa

  9. Lesser Nothura ______ MN 
    Nothura minor

  10. Greater Rhea  (nt) (ph) ______ MN sep
    Rhea americana

  11. Scaled Chachalaca ______ MN aug
    Ortalis squamata

  12. Rusty-margined Guan ______ MN may.sep,oct
    Penelope superciliaris

  13. Dusky-legged Guan  (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Penelope obscura

  14. Spot-winged Wood Quail ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Odontophurus capueira

  15. White-faced Whistling Duck  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,oct
    Dendrocygna viduata

  16. Black-bellied Whistling Duck  (ph)  ______ MN mar
    Dendrocygna autumnalis

  17. Muscovy Duck  (ph)  ______ MN mar,sep,oct
    Cairina moschata

  18. Brazilian Teal  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,sep,oct
    Amazonetta brasiliensis

  19. BRAZILIAN MERGANSER (t1) (BRqe) (ph)  ______ MN mar,aug,sep,oct  (photo above) 
    Mergus octosetaceus

    The very rare BRAZILIAN MERGANSER has been seen during a number of FONT tours: in March 1997, in October 1998,  in August 2002, in October 2003, in September 2006, and in March 2008.  
    Each time, our sightings have been in a remote part of western Minas Gerais State 

    Recent estimates have put the population of the species at only about a hundred pairs. Some say, however, that's too high a number. With large territories, and favoring remote areas, the merganser is not usually an easy bird to see.
    The range of the bird has included southeast Brazil, northeast Argentina, and adjacent Paraguay. It's probably now extinct in Paraguay, and may be in Argentina (where the population has been critically small). Actually, in the mid-20th Century, the species was thought to be extinct altogether. It was re-found in 1948. Now, just over 50 years later, the bird is still "too close" to extinction.   

  20. Pied-billed Grebe  (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Podilymbus podiceps

  21. Least Grebe  (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Tachybabtus dominicus

  22. Wood Stork  (ph)  ______ MN aug
    Mycteria americana

  23. Buff-necked Ibis  (ph)  ______ MN mar,aug,sep,oct
    Theristicus caudatus

  24. Green Ibis ______ MN
    Mesembrinibis cayennensis

  25. Bare-faced Ibis ______ MN sep,oct
    Phimosus infuscatus

  26. Striated Heron  (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Butorides striatus

  27. Rufescent Tiger Heron  (ph)  ______ MN may,sep
    Tigrisoma lineatum

  28. Black-crowned Night Heron ______ MN sep,oct
    Nycticorax nycticorax

  29. Capped Heron  (ph)  ______ MN may
    Pilherodius pileatus

  30. Whistling Heron  (ph)  ______  MN may,oct
    Strigma sibilatrix

  31. Cattle Egret  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Bubulcus ibis

  32. Snowy Egret  (ph)  ______ MN may,aug,sep,oct
    Egretta thula

  33. Great Egret  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Ardea alba

  34. Cocoi Heron  (ph) ______  MN mar,sep,oct
    Ardea cocoi

  35. Neotropic Cormorant  (ph)  ______ MN aug,sep,oct
    Phalacrocorax brasilianus

  36. Anhinga  (ph)  ______ MN aug
    Anhinga anhinga

  37. King Vulture  (ph) ______  MN oct
    Sacoramphus papa

  38. Black Vulture  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct  ES oct
    Coragyps atratus

  39. Turkey Vulture  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Cathartes aura

  40. Lesser Yellow-headed Vulture  (ph)  ______ MN may
    Cathartes burrovianus

  41. Southern Crested Caracara  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct 
    Caracara cheriway

  42. Yellow-headed Caracara ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Milvago chimachima

  43. Laughing Falcon  (ph)  ______ MN aug,sep,oct
    Herpetotheres cachinnans

  44. Barred Forest Falcon  ______  MN oct
    Micrastur ruficollis

  45. Collared Forest Falcon ______ MN may,oct
    Micrastur semitorquatus

  46. American Kestrel  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Falco sparverius

  47. Bat Falcon  (ph)  ______ MN may,oct
    Falco rufigularis

  48. Aplomado Falcon  (ph)  ______ MN mar,aug,sep,oct
    Falco femoralis

  49. Osprey  (ph)  _____ MN mar
    Pandion haliaetus

  50. Swallow-tailed Kite  (ph)  ______ MN oct  ES oct
    Elanoides forficatus

  51. White-tailed Kite  (ph)  ______ MN mar,sep,oct
    Elanus leucurus

  52. Rufous-thighed Kite ______ MN oct
    Harpagus diodon

  53. Plumbeous Kite _______ MN mar,sep,oct
    Ictinia plumbea

  54. Crane Hawk  (ph)  ______ MN oct
    Geranospiza caerilescens

  55. Rufous-thighed Hawk ______  MN oct  (formerly part of Sharp-shinned Hawk)
    Accipiter erythronemius

  56. Bicolored Hawk ______ MN sep,oct
    Accipiter bicolor

  57. Gray-bellied Hawk (nt) ______ MN oct
    Accipiter poliogaster

  58. Mantled Hawk  (nt) (BRqe) ______ MN sep
    Leucopternis polionotus

  59. Great Black Hawk  (ph)  ______ MN sep,oct
    Buteogallus urubitinga

  60. Savannah Hawk  (ph)  ______ MN may,aug,sep,oct
    Buteogallus meridionalis

  61. Crowned Solitary Eagle (t3) (ph)  ______ MN mar,sep
    Harpyhaliaetus coronatus
  62. Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle  (ph)  ______ MN sep,oct
    Geranoaetus melanoleucus

  63. Roadside Hawk  (ph)  ______  MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct  ES oct
    Buteo magnirostris

  64. Short-tailed Hawk  (ph)  ______ MN oct
    Buteo brachyurus

  65. White-tailed Hawk ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Buteo albicaudatus

  66. Ornate Hawk-Eagle ______ MN sep
    Spizaetus ornatus

  67. Black Hawk-Eagle ______ ES oct
    Spizaetus tyrannus

  68. Red-legged Seriema  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Cariama cristata
  69. Blackish Rail ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Pardirallus nigricans

  70. Gray-necked Wood-Rail  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,sep,oct
    Aramides calopterus

  71. Slaty-breasted Wood-Rail (BRqe) ______ MN sep,oct
    Aramides saracura

  72. Ash-throated Crake ______ MN 
    Porzana albicollis

  73. Rufous-sided Crake ______ MN may
    Laterallus melanoiphalus

  74. Common Gallinule ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Gallinula galeata

  75. Purple Gallinule  (ph)  ______ MN
    Porphyrula martinicus

  76. Limpkin  (ph)  ______ MN sep,oct
    Aramus gurauna

  77. Wattled Jacana  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Jacana jacana

  78. Southern Lapwing  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Vannelus chilensis

  79. Semipalmated Plover  (ph)  ______ MN oct
    Charadrius semipalmatus

  80. Collared Plover _____ MN mar
    Charadrius collaris

  81. Upland Sandpiper ______ MN oct
    Bartramia longicauda

  82. Greater Yellowlegs ______ MN oct
    Tringa melanoleuca

  83. South American Snipe ______ ES oct
    Gallinago paraguaiae

  84. Common (or Feral) Pigeon ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Columba livia

  85. Picazuro Pigeon ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Patagioenas picazuro

  86. Pale-vented Pigeon ______ MN may,oct,sep
    Patagioenas cayennensis

  87. Plumbeous Pigeon ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Patagioenas plumbea

  88. Eared Dove  (ph)  ______ MN mar,aug,sep,oct  ES oct 
    Zenaida auriculata

  89. Ruddy Ground Dove ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct  ES oct 
    Columbina talpacoti

  90. Plain-breasted Ground Dove ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Columbina minuta

  91. Scaled Dove  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Columbina squammata

  92. Purple-winged Ground Dove (t2) ______  MN oct
    Claravis godefrida

  93. White-tipped Dove ______ MN may sep oct  ES oct
    Leptotila verreauxi

  94. Gray-fronted Dove ______ MN oct
    Leptotila rufaxilia

  95. Ruddy Quail-Dove  ______ MN oct
    Geotrygon montana

  96. Violaceous Quail-Dove  ______ MN may 
    Geotrygon violacea

  97. Blue-winged Macaw (t3) ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Primolius maracana

  98. White-eyed Parakeet (or Conure)  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    (formerly Aratinga) leucophtalmus

  99. Golden-capped Parakeet (or Conure) (t3) (BRe) ______ MN aug,oct
    Aratinga auricapillus

  100. Peach-fronted Parakeet (or Conure) (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,oct,sep,oct
    (formerly Aratinga) aurea

  101. Blue-winged Parrotlet ______ MN mar,oct
    Forpus xanthopterygius

  102. Plain Parakeet  (BRe) ______ ES oct
    Brotogeris tirica

  103. Yellow-chevroned Parakeet ______ MN mar,may,aug,oct
    Brotogeris chiriri

  104. Pileated Parrot (nt) (BRqe) ______ MN may  ES oct  (also called Red-capped Parrot)
    Pionopsitta pileata

  105. Scaly-headed Parrot ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Pionus maximiliani

  106. Mealy Amazon (or Parrot) ______ MN sep,oct
    Amazona farinosa

  107. Vinaceous-breasted Amazon (or Parrot)  (t2) (BRqe) ______ MN may,oct 
    Amazona vinacea

  108. Smooth-billed Ani  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Crotophaga ani

  109. Dark-billed Cuckoo ______ MN oct
    Coccyzus melacoryphus

  110. Squirrel Cuckoo  (ph)  ______  MN may,aug,sep,oct  ES oct
    Piaya cayana

  111. Striped Cuckoo ______  MN aug,sep,oct
    Tapera naevia

  112. Guira Cuckoo  (ph)  ______  MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct  ES oct
    Guira guira

  113. American Barn Owl  (ph) ______ MN aug,sep,oct
    Tyto furcata

  114. Rusty-barred Owl  (BRqe) ______ MN oct
    Strix hylophila

  115. Tropical Screech Owl ______ MN sep,oct
    Megascops choliba

  116. Ferruginous Pygmy Owl  (ph)  ______ MN sep,oct
    Glaucicium brasilanum

  117. Burrowing Owl  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Athene cunicuaria

  118. Short-eared Owl  (ph)  ______ MN mar
    Asio flammeus

  119. Striped Owl  (ph)  ______ MN sep
    Pseudoscops clamator

  120. Great Potoo ______ MN
    Nyctibius grandis

  121. Common Potoo ______ MN oct
    Nyctibius griseus

  122. Short-tailed Nighthawk ______ ES oct
    Lurocalis semitorquatus

  123. Nacunda Nighthawk ______ MN aug
    Podager nacunda

  124. Least Nighthawk ______ MN mar,sep,oct
    Chordeiles acutipennis

  125. Pauraque  (ph)  ______ MN mar,sep,oct
    Nyctidromus albicollis

  126. Band-winged Nightjar ______ MN sep,oct
    Caprimulgus longirostris 

  127. Little Nightjar  (ph)  ______ MN sep
    Caprimulgus parvulus

  128. Scissor-tailed Nightjar  (ph)  ______ MN mar,oct
    Hydropsalis torquata

  129. Sickle-winged Nightjar (nt) ______ MN oct
    Eleothreptus anomalus

  130. White-collared Swift ______ MN mar,sep,oct
    Streptoprocne zonaris

  131. Biscutate Swift ______ MN may,aug,oct
    Streptoprocne biscutata

  132. Great Dusky Swift ______ MN sep,oct
    Cypseloides senex

  133. Ashy-tailed Swift ______ MN sep,oct
    Chaetura meridionalis

  134. Gray-rumped Swift ______ MN oct
    Chaetura cinereiventris

  135. Swallow-tailed Hummingbird  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Eupetomena macroura

  136. Rufous-breasted Hermit  ______  MN may,oct 
    Glaucis hirsutus

  137. Scale-throated Hermit ______  MN sep,oct
    Phaethornis eurynome

  138. Dusky-throated Hermit ______  MN  ES oct
    Phaethornis squalidus

  139. Planalto Hermit  (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Phaethornis pretrei

  140. Cinnamon-throated Hermit ______ MN 
    Phaethornis nattereri

  141. Reddish Hermit ______ MN may
    Phaethornis ruber

  142. Minute Hermit  (BRe) ______  MN sep,oct
    Phaethornis idaliae

  143. Gray-breasted Sabrewing ______ MN sep,oct
    Campylopterus largipennis

  144. Black Jacobin  (ph)  ______ MN may,sep
    Florisuga fuscus

  145. White-vented Violetear  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,sep,oct
    Colibri serrirostris 

  146. Black-throated Mango  (ph)  ______ MN sep
    Anthracothorax nigricollis

  147. Black-breasted Plovercrest  (ph)  ______ MN oct
    Stephanoxis lalandi

  148. Frilled Coquette  (BRe) (ph)  ______ MN:sep  ES oct
    Lophornis magnifica

  149. Black-bellied Thorntail ______ MN may,oct
    Popelairia langsdorffi 

  150. Ruby Topaz ______ MN sep,oct
    Chrysolampis mosquitus

  151. Glittering-bellied Emerald  (ph)  ______ MN may,aug,sep,oct
    Chlorostilbon aureoventris

  152. Fork-tailed Woodnymph ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Thalurania furcata

  153. Violet-capped Woodnymph ______ MN sep,oct
    Thalurania glaucopis

  154. Rufous-throated Sapphire ______ MN may,aug,sep
    Hylochlaris sapphirina

  155. White-chinned Sapphire ______ MN oct
    Hylocharis cyanus

  156. White-throated Hummingbird  (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Leucochloris albicollis

  157. White-tailed Goldenthroat ______ MN may
    Polytmus guainumbi

  158. Versicolored Emerald ______  MN mar,sep,oct
    Amazilia versicolor

  159. Glittering-throated Emerald ______ MN mar,may,sep,oct
    Amazilia fimbriata

  160. Sapphire-spangled Emerald ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Amazilia lactea

  161. Sombre Hummingbird  (BRe) ______ MN may,oct
    Aphantochroa cirrhochloris

  162. Brazilian Ruby  (BRe) ______ MN sep,oct  ES oct
    Clytolaema rubricauda

  163. Hyacinth Visorbearer (nt) (BRe) (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Augastes scutatus

  164. Horned Sungem ______ MN oct
    Heliactin bilophus

  165. Stripe-breasted Starthroat  (BRe) (ph)  ______ MN sep,oct
    Heliomaster squamosus

  166. Amethyst Woodstar ______ MN may,oct
    Calliphlox amethystina

  167. Green-backed (formerly White-tailed) Trogon  (ph)  ______ MN oct
    Trogon melanopterus
  168. Black-throated Trogon ______ MN sep,oct
    Trogon rufus

  169. Surucua Trogon  (BRqe) ______ MN sep,oct
    Trogon surrucura

  170. Ringed Kingfisher  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,sep,oct
    Megaceryle torquata

  171. Green Kingfisher  (ph)  ______ MN mar,oct
    Chloroceryle americana

  172. Amazon Kingfisher ______ MN mar,sep,oct
    Chloroceryle amazona

  173. Rufous-capped Motmot ______ MN oct
    Baryphthengus ruficapillus

  174. Three-toed Jacamar (t2) (BRe) ______ MN oct
    Jacamaralcyon tridactyla

  175. Rufous-tailed Jacamar  (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Galbula ruficauda

  176. White-eared Puffbird ______ MN aug,sep,oct
    Nystalus chacuru

  177. Caatinga Puffbird ______ MN oct  (was, now with the Chaco Puffbird, part of the former "Spot-backed Puffbird"
    Nystalus maculatus

  178. Crescent-chested Puffbird  (BRe) ______ MN oct
    Malacoptila striata

  179. Toco Toucan  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Ramphastos toco

  180. Channel-billed Toucan  (ph)  ______ MN may,oct  ES oct
    Ramphastos vitellinus

  181. Green-billed (formerly called Red-breasted) Toucan  (BRqe) ______ MN may,sep  ES oct
    Ramphastos dicolorus

  182. Black-necked Aracari ______ MN oct
    Pteroglossus aracari

  183. Spot-billed Toucanet  (BRqe) ______ ES oct
    Selenidera maculirostris

  184. Blond-crested Woodpecker ______ MN sep,oct
    Celeus flavescens

  185. Campo (or Field) Flicker  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Colaptes campestris

  186. Green-barred Woodpecker ______ MN sep,oct
    (formerly Colaptes) melanochloros

  187. Yellow-browed Woodpecker (nt) (BRqe) ______ MN oct
    Piculus aurilentus

  188. Yellow-fronted Woodpecker  (BRqe) (ph)  ______ MN oct
    Melanerpes flavifrons

  189. White Woodpecker  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep
    Melanoerpes candidus
  190. Little Woodpecker ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Veniliornis passerinus

  191. Yellow-eared Woodpecker  (BRe) ______ MN may,oct  ES oct
    Veniliornis maculifrons

  192. Lineated Woodpecker ______ MN may,oct  ES oct
    Dryocopus lineatus

  193. Robust Woodpecker  ______ MN may
    Campephilus robustus

  194. White-wedged Piculet  ______ MN may
    Picumnus albosquamatus

  195. White-barred Piculet ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Picumnus cirratus

  196. Pin-tailed Manakin  (BRe) ______ MN
    Ilicura militaris

  197. White-bearded Manakin  (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Manacus manacus

  198. Helmeted Manakin  (BRqe) ______ MN sep,oct
    Antilophia galeata

  199. Blue Manakin ______ MN may,sep,oct  ES oct 
    Chiroxiphia caudata

  200. Black-tailed Tityra ______ ES oct
    Tityra cayana

  201. Black-crowned Tityra ______ MN oct
    Tityra inquisitor

  202. Greenish Schiffornis ______ MN sep  ES oct
    Schiffornis virescens

  203. Green-backed Becard ______ MN sep
    Pachyramphus viridis

  204. White-winged Becard ______ MN oct
    Pachyramphus polychopterus 

  205. Black-capped Becard  ______ MN may
    Pachyramphus marginatus

  206. Chestnut-crowned Becard ______ MN sep,oct  ES oct
    Pachyramphus castaneus

  207. Sharpbill ______ ES oct
    Oxyruncus cristatus

  208. Swallow-tailed Cotinga  (nt) (BRqe) (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Philalura flavirostris

  209. Hooded Berryeater  (nt) (BRe) ______ ES oct
    Carpornis cucullatus

  210. Cinnamon-vented Piha  (t3) (BRe) ______ MN sep,oct  ES oct
    Lipaugus lanioides

  211. Bare-throated Bellbird  (nt)  ______ ES oct
    Procnias nudicollis

  212. Red-ruffed Fruitcrow ______ MN may,oct
    Pyroderus scutatus

  213. Gray-hooded Flycatcher  (BRqe) ______ MN may
    Mionectes rufiventris

  214. Sepia-capped Flycatcher  (ph) ______ MN may,oct  ES oct 
    Leptopogon amaurocephalus

  215. Drab-breasted Bamboo-Tyrant _____ MN oct  ES oct
    Hemitriccus diops

  216. Hangnest Tody-Tyrant  (nt) (BRe) ______ MN may
    Hemitriccus nidipendulus

  217. Eye-ringed Tody-Tyrant  (nt) (BRe) ______ MN
    Hemitriccus orbitalis

  218. Pearly-vented Tody-Tyrant ______ MN may
    Hemitriccus margaritaceiventer

  219. Ochre-faced Tody-Flycatcher ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Poecilotriccus plumbeiceps

  220. Yellow-lored Tody-Flycatcher  (BRe) ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Todirostrum poliocephalum

  221. Common Tody-Flycatcher ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Todirostrum cinereum

  222. Planalto Tyrannulet  (BRqe) ______ MN may,oct
    Phyllomylas fasciatus

  223. Greenish Tyrannulet  (BRqe) ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Phyllomylas virescens

  224. Rough-legged Tyrannulet ______ MN sep
    Phyllomylas burmeisteri

  225. Gray-capped Tyrannulet  (nt) (BRe) ______ MN sep,oct
    Phyllomylas griseocapilla 

  226. Southern Beardless Tyrannulet ______ MN mar,may,sep,oct
    Camptostoma obsoletum

  227. Mouse-colored Tyrannulet ______ MN sep,oct
    Phaeomylas murina

  228. Yellow Tyrannulet ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Capsiempis flaveola

  229. Southern Scrub Flycatcher ______ MN may,oct
    Sublegatus modestus

  230. Campo Suiriri  ______ MN
    Suiriri islerorum

  231. Gray Elaenia ______ MN oct
    Myiopagis caniceps

  232. Greenish Elaenia ______ MN sep
    Myiopagis viridicata

  233. Yellow-bellied Elaenia  (ph)  ______ MN mat,sep,oct
    Elaenia flavogaster

  234. White-crested Elaenia ______ MN oct
    Elaenia albiceps

  235. Small-billed Elaenia ______ MN oct
    Elaenia parvirostris

  236. Highland Elaenia ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Elaenia obscura

  237. Plain-crested Elaenia ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Elaenia cristata

  238. Lesser Elaenia ______ MN sep,oct
    Elaenia chiriquensis

  239. Sooty Tyrannulet ______ MN mar,may,sep,oct
    Serpophaga migricans

  240. White-crested Tyrannulet ______ MN may,oct
    Serpophaga subcristata

  241. Sharp-tailed Grass-Tyrant  (nt) ______ MN aug,sep,oct
    Culicivora caudacuta

  242. Gray-backed Tachuri  (nt) (BRe)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Polystictus superciliaris

  243. Southern Bristle Tyrant  (nt) (BRqe) ______ MN sep
    Phylloscartes eximius

  244. Mottle-cheeked Tyrannulet ______ MN sep,oct
    Phylloscartes ventralis

  245. Bay-ringed Tyrannulet  (nt) ______ MN
    Phylloscartes sylviolus

  246. Yellow-olive Flatbill ______ MN oct
    Tolmomyias sulphurescens

  247. White-throated Spadebill ______ MN sep,oct
    Platyrinchus mystaceus

  248. Black-tailed Myiobius ______ MN sep
    Myiobius atricaudus

  249. Yellow-rumped Myiobius  (ph)  ______ MN sep
    Myiobius barbatus

  250. Bran-colored Flycatcher ______ MN sep,oct
    Myiophobus fasiatus

  251. Cliff Flycatcher  (ph)   ______  MN may,aug,sep,oct
    Hirundinea ferruginea

  252. Fuscous Flycatcher ______ MN
    Cnemotriccus fuscatus

  253. Euler's Flycatcher ______ MN oct
    Lathrotriccus euleri

  254. Tropical Pewee  (ph)  ______ MN may.sep,oct
    Contopus cinereus

  255. Gray Monjita ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Xolmis cinerea

  256. White-rumped Monjita ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Xolmis velatus

  257. Blue-billed Black Tyrant ______ MN may,sep  ES oct
    Knipolegus cyanirostris

  258. Velvety Black Tyrant  (BRe) (ph)  ______ MN may,aug,sep,oct
    Knipolegus nigerrimus

  259. Crested Black Tyrant  (ph)  ______ MN mar,aug,sep,oct
    Knipolegus lophotes
  260. Masked Water Tyrant ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Fluvicola nengeta

  261. White-headed Marsh Tyrant  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,sep,oct
    Arundinicola leucocephala

  262. Cock-tailed Tyrant  (nt) (ph)  ______ MN mar,aug,sept,oct
    Alectrurus tricolor

  263. Streamer-tailed Tyrant ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Gubrenetes yetapa

  264. Yellow-browed Tyrant ______ MN sep,oct
    Satrapa icterophrys

  265. Cattle Tyrant  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Machetornis rixosa

  266. Long-tailed Tyrant  (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Colonia colonus

  267. Shear-tailed Gray-Tyrant  (nt) ______ MN may,sep
    Muscipipra vetula

  268. Rufous Casiornis ______ MN
    Casiornis rufus

  269. Eastern Sirystes ______ MN may,sep,oct  ES oct
    Sirystes sibilator

  270. Dusky-capped Flycatcher ______ MN may.sep,oct
    Myiarchus tuberculifer

  271. Short-crested Flycatcher  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Myiarchus ferox

  272. Brown-crested Flycatcher ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Myiarchus tyrannulus

  273. Swainson's Flycatcher ______ MN mar,sep,oct
    Myiarchus swainsoni

  274. White-throated Kingbird  (ph)  ______  MN may,sep,oct
    Tyrannus albogularis

  275. Tropical Kingbird  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct  ES oct
    Tyrannus melancholicus

  276. Fork-tailed Flycatcher  (ph)  ______ MN aug,sep,oct  ES oct
    Tyrannus savana

  277. Variegated Flycatcher ______ MN sep,oct
    Empidonomus varius

  278. Crowned Slaty Flycatcher ______ MN sep,oct
    Griseotyrannus aurantioatrocristatus

  279. Boat-billed Flycatcher ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Megarhynchus pitangua

  280. Streaked Flycatcher  (ph)  ______ MN sep,oct
    Mylodynastes maculatus

  281. Rusty-margined Flycatcher ______ MN may,oct
    Myiozetetes cayanensis

  282. Social Flycatcher  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Myiozetetes similis

  283. Piratic Flycatcher ______ MN sep,oct
    Legatus leucophalus

  284. Lesser Kiskadee ______ MN sep
    (formerly Pitangus) lictor 

  285. Great Kiskadee  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct  ES oct
    Pitangus sulphuratus

  286. Gray-hooded Attila  (BRe) ______ MN may
    Attila rufus

  287. Great Antshrike  (ph)  ______  MN
    Taraba major

  288. Variable Antshrike ______ MN may,sep,oct  ES oct
    Thamnophilus caerulescens

  289. Rufous-winged Antshrike ______ MN sep
    Thamnophilus torquatus

  290. Rufous-capped Antshrike ______ MN oct
    Thamnophilus ruficapillus

  291. Chestnut-backed Antshrike ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Thamnophilus palliatus

  292. Sooretama Slaty Antshrike  (BRe) ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Thamnophilus ambiguus

  293. Planalto Slaty Antshrike  (BRqe)  ______ MN sep,oct
    Thamnophilus pelzelni

  294. Giant Antshrike ______ MN may,sep
    Batara cinera

  295. Large-tailed Antshrike  (BRqe) ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Mackenziaena leachi

  296. Tufted Antshrike  (BRqe) ______ MN may,oct
    Machenziaena severa

  297. Cinereous Antshrike ______ MN
    Thamnomanes caesius

  298. Plain Antvireo ______ MN sep
    Dysithamnus mentalis

  299. Silvery-flanked Antwren  (BRe) ______ MN sep
    Myrmotherula luctuosa

  300. Unicolored Antwren  (t3) (BRe) ______ MN sep
    Myrmotherula unicolor

  301. Black-capped Antwren  (nt) ______ MN oct
    Herpsilochmus atricapillus

  302. Large-billed Antwren  (BRqe) ______  MN
    Herpsilochmus longirostris

  303. Rusty-backed Antwren  ______ MN may
    Formicivora rufa

  304. Serra Antwren  (nt) (BRe) ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Formicivora serrana

  305. Ferruginous Antbird  (BRe) ______ MN sep,oct
    Drymophila ferruginea

  306. Ochre-rumped Antbird  (nt) (BRe) ______ MN sep,oct
    Drymophila ochropyga

  307. Dusky-tailed Antbird ______ MN may,oct
    Drymophila malura

  308. Scaled Antbird  (BRe) ______ MN oct
    Drymophila squamata

  309. White-shouldered Fire-eye  (BRqe) ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Pyrigiena leucoptera

  310. White-bibbed Antbird  (BRe) ______ ES oct
    Myrmeciza loricata

  311. Rufous Gnateater ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Conopophaga lineata

  312. Serra do Mar Tapaculo  (BRqe) ______ MN  (has been called Mouse-colored Tapaculo)  
    Scytalopus speluncae

  313. White-breasted Tapaculo  (BRe) ______ MN may,oct
    Scytalopus indigoticus

  314. Brasilia Tapaculo  (t3) (BRe) ______  MN oct
    Scytalopus novacapitalis

  315. Cryptic Antthrush  (BRe) ______ MN sep  ES oct
    Chamaeza meruloides 

  316. "Imperial" Variegated Antpitta  (ph)  ______ MN oct  ES oct
    Grallaria varia imperator

  317. Speckle-breasted Antpitta  (BRqe) ______ MN sep  ES oct 
    Hylopezus nattereri

  318. Campo Miner ______ MN oct
    Geobates poeciloptera

  319. Rufous Hornero  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct  ES oct
    Furnarius rufus

  320. Band-tailed Hornero  (BRe) ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Furnarius figulus

  321. Rufous-capped Spinetail  (BRqe) ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Synallaxis ruficapilla

  322. Sooty-fronted Spinetail ______ MN may,oct
    Synallaxis  frontalis 

  323. Pale-breasted Spinetail ______ MN oct
    Synallaxis albescens

  324. Spix's Spinetail ______ MN may,sep,oct  (has also been called Chicli Spinetail)
    Synallaxis spixi

  325. Gray-bellied Spinetail (qe) ______ MN sep
    Synallaxis cinerascens

  326. Yellow-chinned Spinetail ______ MN may,aug,sep
    Certhiaxis cinnamomea

  327. Pallid Spinetail  (BRe) ______ MN may,oct
    Cranioleuca pallida

  328. Cipo Canastero  (t2) (BRe) ______ MN may,oct   
    Asthenes luizae

    The CIPO CANASTERO was discovered only as recently as 1985 in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, where it is very localized. When the species was initially found, it was a surprise as all other canasteros occur much further to the west in South America, mostly in Andean habitats. We've seen it during nearly all of our tours in Minas Gerais.

  329. Rufous-fronted Thornbird  (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Phacellodomus rufifrons
  330. Orange-eyed Thornbird  (BRe) (ph)  ______ MN oct
    Phacellodomus ferrugineigula

  331. Firewood-gatherer ______ MN sep,oct
    Anumbius annumbi

  332. White-collared Foliage-gleaner  (BRe) ______ MN  ES oct 
    Anabazenops fuscus

  333. Buff-browed Foliage-gleaner ______ MN 
    Syndactyla rufosuperciliata

  334. White-browed Foliage-gleaner  (nt) (BRqe) ______ MN may,oct
    Anabacerthia amaurotis

  335. Black-capped Foliage-gleaner ______ MN may,oct
    Philydor atricapillus

  336. Buff-fronted Foliage-gleaner ______ MN may,sep
    Philydor rufum

  337. Ochre-breasted Foliage-gleaner  (BRqe) ______ MN
    Philydor lichtensteini 

  338. White-eyed Foliage-gleaner  (BRqe) ______ MN may
    Automolus leucophthalmus 

  339. Henna-capped Foliage-gleaner  (nt) (BRqe) ______ MN 
    Hylocryptus rectirostris

  340. Streaked Xenops ______ MN may,oct  ES oct
    Xenops rutilans

  341. Plain Xenops ______ MN may
    Xenops minutus

  342. Sharp-tailed Streamcreeper  ______ MN sep,oct
    Lochmias nematura

  343. Black-billed Scythebill  ______ MN may
    Campylorhamphus falcularius

  344. Plain-winged Woodcreeper  ______ MN may  
    Dendrocincla turdina

  345. Olivaceous Woodcreeper ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Sittasomus griseicapillus

  346. White-throated Woodcreeper  (BRqe) ______ MN sep  ES oct
    Xiphocolaptes albicollis

  347. Lesser Woodcreeper  (BRqe)  ______  MN sep
    Xiphorhyncus fuscus

  348. Scaled Woodcreeper  (BRe) ______ MN may,sep,oct  ES oct
    Lepidocolaptes squamatus 

  349. Narrow-billed Woodcreeper  (ph)  ______ MN mar,sep,oct
    Lepidocolaptes angustirostris

  350. Rufous-browed Peppershrike ______ MN may,aug,sep,oct
    Cyclarhis gujanensis

  351. Red-eyed Vireo ______ MN sep,oct
    Vireo olivaceus

  352. Rufous-crowned Greenlet ______ MN may  ES oct
    Hylophilus poecilotis

  353. Gray-eyed Greenlet  (BRe) ______ MN may,sep
    Hylophilus amaurocephalus

  354. Lemon-chested Greenlet ______ MN may,oct
    Hylophilus thoracicus

  355. Ashy-headed Greenlet ______ MN
    Hylophilus pectoralis

  356. White-naped Jay  (BRe) ______ MN
    Cyanocorax cyanopogon

  357. Curl-crested Jay ______ MN may,aug,sep,oct
    Cyanocorax cristatellus

  358. White-winged Swallow ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Tachycineta albiventer

  359. White-rumped Swallow ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Tachycineta leucorrhoa 

  360. Brown-chested Martin  (ph)  ______ MN may.sep,oct
    Progne tapera

  361. Gray-breasted Martin ______ MN sep,oct  ES oct
    Progne chalybea

  362. Purple Martin  (ph)  ______ MN oct 
    Progne subis

  363. Blue-and-white Swallow ______ MN mar,may.aug,sep,oct  ES oct 
    Notiochelidon cyanoleuca

  364. Tawny-headed Swallow ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep
    Alopochelidon fucata

  365. Southern Rough-winged Swallow ______ MN may,aug,sep,oct
    Stelgidopteryx ruficollis

  366. Barn Swallow  (ph)  ______ MN oct
    Hirundo rustica

  367. American Cliff Swallow ______ MN oct
    Petrochelidon pyrrhonota

  368. Moustached Wren ______ MN may,oct
    Thryothorus genibarbis

  369. Sedge (or Grass) Wren  (ph)  ______ MN oct
    Cistithorus platensis

  370. "Southern" House Wren ______ MN may,aug,sep,oct  ES oct 
    Troglodytes aedon

  371. Black-capped Donacobius  (ph)  ______ MN aug,oct
    Donacobius atricapillus

  372. Masked Gnatcatcher  ______ MN may  
    Polioptila dumicola

  373. Chalk-browed Mockingbird  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Mimus saturninus

  374. White-necked Thrush  ______ MN may
    Turdus albicollis

  375. Eastern Slaty Thrush ______ MN sep
    Turdus subalaris 

  376. Rufous-bellied Thrush  (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct  ES oct
    Turdus rufiventris

  377. Pale-breasted Thrush ______ MN may,sep,oct  ES oct
    Turdus leucomelas

  378. Creamy-bellied Thrush ______ MN mar,may,sep,oct
    Turdus amaurochalinus

  379. Yellowish Pipit ______ MN sep,oct
    Anthus lutescens

  380. Hellmayr's Pipit ______ MN mar,oct
    Anthus hellmayri

  381. Ochre-breasted Pipit  (t2) ______ MN oct
    Anthus nattereri

  382. Purple-throated Euphonia ______ MN may,sep,oct  ES oct
    Euphonia chlorotica

  383. Violaceous Euphonia ______ MN sep
    Euphonia violacea

  384. Green-chinned Euphonia  (nt) ______ MN sep
    Euphonia chalyba

  385. Chestnut-bellied Euphonia ______ ES oct
    Euphonia pectoralis

  386. Blue-naped Chlorophonia  (ph)  ______ MN
    Chlorophonia cyanea

  387. Hooded Siskin  (ph)  ______ MN sep,oct
    Carduelis magellanica

  388. Southern Yellowthroat ______ MN 
    Geothlypis velata

  389. Tropical Parula ______  MN may,oct
    (formerly Parula) pitiyumi  

  390. Stripe-crowned Warbler ______ MN may,sep,oct  (has been called Golden-crowned Warbler
    Basileuterus culicivorus

  391. Flavescent Warbler ______ MN oct
    Basileuterus flaveolus

  392. White-bellied Warbler ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Basileuterus hypoleucus

  393. White-striped Warbler  (BRe) ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Basileuterus leucophrys

  394. Riverbank Warbler ______ MN oct
    Phaeothlypis (formerly Basileuteris) rivularis

  395. Red-rumped Cacique ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Cacicus haermorrhous

  396. Shiny Cowbird ______ MN mar,aug,sep,oct  ES oct
    Molothrus bonariensis

  397. Giant Cowbird ______ MN sep
    Molothrus oryzivora

  398. Baywing  (ph)  ______ MN sep
    Agelaioides badius

  399. Crested Oropendola  (ph) ______ MN mar,may,sep,oct
    Psarocolius decumanus

  400. Chestnut-capped Blackbird  (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Chrysomus ruficapillus

  401. Unicolored Blackbird  (ph) ______  MN oct
    Agelaius cyanopus

  402. Chopi Blackbird ______ MN mar,aug,sep,oct
    Gnorimopsar chopsi

  403. Forbes's Blackbird  (t1) (BRe) ______  MN may  
    Curaeus forbesi

    The FORBES'S BLACKBIRD has been considered a critically endangered species as it has a very small total population actually comprised of very small subpopulations in the Brazilian states of Alagoas, Pernambuco, and Minas Gerais. Thus the rare of this rare Brazilian endemic is severely fragmented in the eastern part of the country. 
    Being all-black, without any really distinctive features other than a slender bill and a unique voice, the most notable aspect of the bird is its rarity.
    The small numbers (about an estimated 150 birds at one time said to be in Alagoas, and about 40 at most in one area of Minas Gerais) has made the Forbes's Blackbird a rather mysterious  "phantom-like" species, not often seen.
    We were fortunate to see 3 Forbes's Blackbirds during the FONT tour in Minas Gerais, not far from Serra do Cipo, in May 2011.
    The birds, at about 4pm, were in the tops of palm trees in the valley of a small river. Their slender bills and recognizable call were well noted before they flew away from us. 

  404. Campo Troupial  (BRe)  ______ MN may
    Icterus jamacaii

  405. Yellow-rumped Marshbird  (ph)  ______ MN mar,aug,sep,oct
    Pseudoleistes guirahuro

  406. White-browed Blackbird  (ph)  ______ MN may,oct
    Sturnella superciliaris

  407. Bananaquit  (ph) ______ MN mar,may,sep,oct
    Coereba flaveola

  408. Blue Finch  (nt) (BRqe)  ______ MN sep,oct
    Porphyrospiza caerulescens

  409. Grassland Sparrow ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Myospiza humeralis

  410. Rufous-collared Sparrow  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Zonotrichia capensis

  411. Sayaca Tanager  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Thraupis sayaca

  412. Azure-shouldered Tanager  (nt) (BRe) ______ MN oct  ES oct
    Thraupis cyanoptera

  413. Golden-chevroned Tanager  (BRe) (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct  ES oct
    Thraupis ornata

  414. Palm Tanager ______ MN mar,may,sep,oct
    Thraupis palmarum

  415. Silver-beaked Tanager  (ph)  ______ MN sep,oct
    Ramphocelus carbo

  416. Green-headed Tanager  (ph)  ______ MN oct
    Tangara seledon

  417. Gilt-edged Tanager  (BRe) (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Tangara cyanoventris

  418. Brassy-breasted Tanager  (BRe) (ph)  ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Tangara desmaresti

  419. Burnished-buff Tanager ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Tangara cayana

  420. Yellow-backed Tanager ______  MN sep,oct
    Hemithraupis flavicollis

  421. Fawn-breasted Tanager ______ MN sep
    Pipraeidea melanonota

  422. Diademed Tanager ______ MN may,sep
    Stephanophurus diadematus

  423. Red Tanager ______ MN may,sep
    Piranga saira

  424. Olive-green Tanager  (BRe) ______ MN
    Orthgonys chloricterus

  425. White-lined Tanager ______ MN sep
    Tachyphonus rufus

  426. Ruby-crowned Tanager ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Tachyphonus coronatus

  427. Flame-crested Tanager ______ MN oct
    Tachyphonus cristatus

  428. Black-goggled Tanager ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Trichothraupis melanops

  429. Guira Tanager ______ MN oct
    Hemithraupis guira

  430. Rufous-headed Tanager  (BRe) ______ MN may,sep  ES oct 
    Hemithraupis ruficapilla

  431. Orange-headed Tanager ______ MN sep
    Thlypopsis sordida

  432. White-rumped Tanager  (nt) (ph)  ______ MN mar,sep,oct
    Cypsnagra hirundinacea
  433. Hooded Tanager ______ MN sep,oct
    Nemosia pileata

  434. CHERRY-THROATED TANAGER  (t1) (BRe) ______ ES oct
    Nemosia rouri

    The Cherry-throated Tanager is one the rarest birds ever seen during any FONT tour.

  435. Brown Tanager  (nt) (BRe) ______  MN may,sep  ES oct
    Orchesticus abeillei

  436. Cinnamon Tanager  (BRe) ______ MN may,aug,sep,oct
    Schistochlamys ruficapillus

  437. Magpie Tanager ______ MN may,sep,oct  ES oct
    Cissopis leveriana

  438. Swallow Tanager  (ph)  ______ MN may,aug,sep,oct
    Tersina viridis

  439. Blue Dacnis  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,sep,oct
    Dacnis cayana 

  440. Chestnut-vented Conebill ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Conirostrum speciosum 

  441. Blue-black Grassquit ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Volatinia jacarina 

  442. Plumbeous Seedeater ______ MN mar,may,sep,oct

  443. Lined Seedeater ______ MN mar
    Sporophila plumbea

  444. Yellow-bellied (inc. Dubois') Seedeater ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Sporophila nigricollis
    Sporophila nigricollis ardesiaca  (Dubois' Seedeater)

  445. Double-collared Seedeater ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Sporophila caerulescens

  446. Capped Seedeater ______ MN mar,oct
    Sporophila bouvreuil

  447. Saffron Finch  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Sicalis flaveola

  448. Stripe-tailed Yellow Finch ______ MN mar,may,aug,oct
    Sicalis citrina

  449. Uniform Finch ______ MN sep
    Haplospiza unicolor

  450. Coal-crested Finch  (nt) ______ MN 
    Charitospiza eucosma

  451. Gray Pileated Finch ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Coryphospingus pileatus

  452. Pampa Finch  (ph)  ______  MN sep,oct
    Embernagra platensis

  453. Serra Finch  (nt) (BRe) ______ MN may,oct
    Embernagra longicauda

  454. Wedge-tailed Grass-Finch  (ph)  ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Emberizoides herbicola

  455. Black-masked Finch  (t3) ______ MN may.sep,oct
    Coryphaspiza melanotis

  456. Bay-chested Warbling Finch  (BRe) ______ MN sep
    Poospiza thoracica

  457. Red-rumped Warbling Finch ______ MN may,sep
    Poospiza lateralis

  458. Cinereous Warbling-Finch  (nt) (BRe) ______ MN may,oct
    Poospiza cinera

  459. Buff-throated Saltator  (ph)  ______ MN oct
    Saltator maximus

  460. Green-winged Saltator ______ MN may,sep,oct
    Saltator similis

  461. Black-throated Saltator ______ MN mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Saltator atricollis

  462. Black-throated Grosbeak  (BRqe) ______ MN  
    (formerly Pitylus) fuliginosus

  463. Ultramarine Grosbeak ______ MN sep
    Cyanocompsa brissonii

  464. Common Waxbill  (BRi) (ph)  ______ MN oct
    Estrilda astrild

  465. House Sparrow  (BRi) ______ MN  mar,may,aug,sep,oct
    Passer domesticus

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