88 Mexican bird species, video


This May 2020 video says about itself:

Birds of Mexico, 88 species. Filmed mainly in the states of Oaxaca and Chiapas during two trips in October 2017 and 2019. Guide of both trips the amazing Eric Antonio Martínez -Mexico Birding. Photo of thumbnail: Eric Antonio.

Birds shown: White-throated Magpie-jay, Rose-bellied Bunting, Russet-crowned Motmot, Blue-throated Motmot, Northern Emerald Toucanet, Amazon Kingfisher, Green Kingfisher, Black-headed Trogon, Steller’s Jay, Yellow-winged Cacique, Spot-breasted Oriole, Northern Cardinal, Lesser Roadrunner, Horned Guan, White-bellied Chachalaca, Fulvous Owl, Mottled Owl, Ferruginous Pygmy-owl, Northern Potoo, Northern Crested Caracara, Laughing Falcon, Grey Hawk, Broad-winged Hawk, Garnet-throated Hummingbird, Plain-capped Starthroat, Sparkling-tailed Hummingbird, Blue-capped Hummingbird, Blue-throated Hummingbird, Mexican Violetear, Wine-throated Hummingbird, Blue-crowned Chlorophonia, Azure-rumped Tanager, Blue-grey Tanager, Yellow-winged Tanager, White-winged Tanager, Western Tanager, Cinnamon-bellied Flowerpiercer, Eastern Bluebird, Rufous-backed Thrush, Clay-colored Thrush, Curve-billed Thrasher, Golden-fronted Woodpecker, Grey-breasted Woodpecker, Rufous-capped Warbler, Nashville Warbler, Townsend Warbler, House Finch, Lesser Goldfinch, White-naped Brush-finch, White-lored Gnatcatcher, Vermilion Flycatcher, Tropical Kingbird, Great Kiskadee, Social Flycatcher, Grey Silky-flycatcher, Belted Flycatcher, Guatemalan Tyrannulet, Tropical Pewee, Western Wood-pewee, Giant Wren, Band-backed Wren, Boucard’s Wren, Sumicrast Wren, Rufous-naped Wren, White-throated Towhee, Rufous-collared Sparrow, Bridled Sparrow, Cinnamon-tailed Sparrow, Yellow-eyed Junco, Brown-backed Solitaire, Groove-billed Ani, Bronzed Cowbird, Tropical Mockingbird, Hooded Grosbeak, Pale-vented Pigeon, Inca Dove, Black-bellied Whistling-duck, Anhinga, Wood Stork, Agami Heron, Great Egret, Snowy Egret, Little Blue Egret, Green Heron, Bare-throated Tiger-heron, Cattle Egret, Black-necked Stilt, Least Grebe and Spotted Sandpiper.

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