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ECUADOR: Target Birds

These images are scanned from old slide images:

Masked Mountain-Tanager Buthraupis wetmorei: at the pass on the Gualeceo - Limon road on January 29, 1997:

This is how they appeared, with the male top-right:

The male moved down a bit:

Then a bit closer:

- then retreated slightly, but gave the best profile looks:

I presume that this is an adult female, since there were shy and nervous duller birds down below them that I took to be their juveniles:

and here is the pair again: