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Ñanday Aratinga nenday

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serpophaga

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Octubre 2, 2020 07:52 AM PDT

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Loro Corona Lila Amazona finschi

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carrotpeople

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Marzo 1, 2020 07:33 AM HST

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Loro Tamaulipeco Amazona viridigenalis

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rakshas

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Agosto 7, 2020 03:41 PM CDT

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Loros Amazonas Género Amazona

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gregslak

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Agosto 14, 2020 08:00 AM PDT

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This is quite likely the same individual that I photographed on July 29th and might not be able to be pinned down specifically;-).

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grumpii

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Marzo 23, 2019 05:13 PM PDT

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Loros Amazonas Género Amazona

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gregslak

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Julio 28, 2020 08:17 AM PDT

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This is most likely a Red-crowned Parrot, but there are some things which make me wonder, so I am hoping for some help. There is a distinct orange area below the eye and no visible blue behind it. Also there seems to be a lot of dark blue coloring at the ends of the wings. This bird was sharing a tree with a Red-lored Parrot. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/54658251

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Mariposa Sedosa Gris Strymon melinus

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andreacala

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Julio 17, 2020 11:40 AM PDT

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Perching on Long-stemmed Wild Buckwheat.

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Cotorra de Kramer Psittacula krameri

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aviduetsky

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Noviembre 10, 2012 10:01 AM PST

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Loro Tamaulipeco Amazona viridigenalis

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Julio 11, 2020 07:23 AM PDT

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Loros Amazonas Género Amazona

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rdm24

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Julio 1, 2020 07:50 PM PDT

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Loros Amazonas Género Amazona

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rdm24

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Junio 20, 2020 09:38 AM PDT

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Loro Tamaulipeco Amazona viridigenalis

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beesbirdsbugs

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Junio 14, 2020 07:29 PM PDT

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Loro Tamaulipeco Amazona viridigenalis

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gregslak

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Junio 12, 2020 06:45 AM PDT

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Loros Amazonas Género Amazona

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birdizlife

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Diciembre 22, 2018 09:16 AM EST

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Loro Tamaulipeco Amazona viridigenalis

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gregslak

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Mayo 22, 2020 07:34 AM PDT

Descripción

I took a moment to photograph a quiet interaction between this pair of Red-crowned Parrots.

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Loro Corona Lila Amazona finschi

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gregslak

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Mayo 7, 2020 07:04 AM PDT

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Showing dark skin around the eyes and nares, I am fairly confident that this is a Lilac-crowned Parrot, resting in the tall Sycamore trees in the park this morning.

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Loro Corona Lila Amazona finschi

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cgates326

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Diciembre 3, 2015 08:47 AM PST

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Loro Corona Lila Amazona finschi

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terathopius

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Abril 4, 2015 10:08 AM HST

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Loro Corona Lila Amazona finschi

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luisave

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Noviembre 1, 2019 06:50 PM CST

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Primer plano. Izquierda

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Ñanday Aratinga nenday

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andreacala

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Abril 30, 2020 11:30 AM PDT

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Loro Corona Lila Amazona finschi

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lgriego

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Abril 24, 2020 08:31 AM PDT

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docprt

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Enero 6, 2016 09:44 AM PST

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storybag

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Abril 18, 2020 10:59 AM PDT

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Rascón Real Rallus elegans

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greglasley

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Julio 2, 1993 10:13 AM CDT

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

King/Clapper Rail
2 July 1993
Balmorhea Lake,
Reeves Co., Texas
These images scanned from 35mm slides

I am 90%+ convinced these are King Rails and not Clapper. In Texas, at least, Clapper is very much a coastal salt water species, but there are exceptions. King and Clapper are both very rare inland in Texas, but King far more common with dozens of inland records while Clapper only has one such record as far as I am aware. The story behind these birds is that several people heard King/Clapper Rails calling in the marsh at Balmorhea Lake in west Texas in the early summer, 1993. I went there with a few others on July 2, 1993, and we were able to coax several of these birds into the open for photos with King rail tape recordings (the birds responded to both King and Clapper recordings, which are very similar). I was not able to get tape recordings of these birds on this occasion, however. What we can see in the images is a rail, very rich in color on the sides, underparts and lower flanks with strong black and white barring, unlike the more muted colors typical of Clapper. The face of the birds is not as bright as on many (most) Kings. Images 1 and 2 show the bird moving through marsh grass while image 3 shows the bird vocalizing. Although I'm not sure how to positively say these are Kings or not, the Texas Ornithological Society "Handbook of Texas Birds" considers these Kings (page 87) as do most other publications, now 20+ years removed from the events. I'll post this record just for the historical value in case some of you are interested.

In the summer 1993 issue of the Texas Region in American Birds magazine, @gcwarbler and I wrote the following about this record.
"A surprising record was of five calling King/Clapper Rails at a fresh-water marsh at L. Balmorhea July 2 (KB, MR, GL et al.). One of the birds was photographed but we are still not certain of the sp. involved. Some races of Clapper Rails from the interior of Mexico appear visibly brighter than their salt-water relatives approaching the brightness of Kings. Either sp. would represent a significant record for the Trans-Pecos Region."

and the following spring we wrote:

Spring 1994
"A calling King Rail at L. Balmorhea May 7 (GL, CJ) provided continuing evidence of a possible nesting population in that Trans-Pecos location."

Since these records there have been a few other reports there as I recall, but I don't know how many were photographed or if any were photographed. I will post these here at genus level, but it would take some convincing to get me to believe they are not Kings. I would welcome any thoughts, but if you choose to ID this bird as one species or the other I'd really be interested in your reasons. These images have been looked at and commented on by many very knowledgeable folks over the years and the consensus is King, with the caveat...."probably"

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Loros Amazonas Género Amazona

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nogobyhall

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Marzo 12, 2020 10:16 AM PDT

Descripción

Can Red-crowned show extensive red across the cheeks?

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Loros Amazonas Género Amazona

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gigaturtle

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Marzo 9, 2020 10:32 AM PDT

Descripción

This observation is for the red crowned (bottom) individual.

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Loro Cabeza Amarilla Amazona oratrix

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gigaturtle

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Marzo 9, 2020 10:32 AM PDT

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Loros Amazonas Género Amazona

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emilyd47

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Enero 24, 2016

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finatic

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Marzo 6, 2010 06:38 AM PST

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San Diego County, California, US

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Loro Corona Lila Amazona finschi

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finatic

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Abril 4, 2015 06:52 PM PDT

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San Diego County, California, US

These parrots don't seem to be pure as they are showing characteristics of possibly Red-crowned and Lilac-crowned Parrot.
Opinions much appreciated.

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Loro de Cara Roja Psittacara erythrogenys

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ramonamom

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Febrero 26, 2020

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Loro Tamaulipeco Amazona viridigenalis

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Febrero 23, 2020 09:15 AM UTC

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Loro Cabeza Amarilla Amazona oratrix

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tmills

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Enero 12, 2020 08:52 AM PST

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apatten

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Diciembre 26, 2019 04:36 PM PST

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Not my best photo, but I promise it’s a slender sally and not a worm. He was under a log in the ice plant right off the beach- interesting habitat!

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saucierj

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Octubre 10, 2017 09:42 PM HST

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Cream-eyed Bulbul (Pycnonotus pseudosimplex); new species

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Ardilla de Albert Sciurus aberti

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devonderaad

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Diciembre 14, 2019 10:53 AM MST

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Carpintero de Lewis Melanerpes lewis

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naturephotosuze

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Diciembre 11, 2019 03:59 PM PST

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Canada Larga

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petegordon

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Diciembre 3, 2019 08:24 AM PST

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Cazón Dientón Mustelus canis

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saucierj

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Julio 2, 2016 11:23 AM HST

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Triángulo Azul Graphium sarpedon

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saucierj

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Marzo 29, 2019 12:43 PM HST

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Avetoro Menor Ixobrychus exilis

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johnnybirder

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Julio 3, 2017 07:27 PM EDT

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Loro Corona Lila Amazona finschi

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naturephotosuze

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Febrero 9, 2014 10:40 AM PST

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Corriganville park

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Loro Corona Lila Amazona finschi

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sbbon26

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Julio 14, 2017

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Wild parrots of Santa Barbara. Visiting white eucalyptus

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Ñanday Aratinga nenday

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tmills

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Septiembre 14, 2019 12:45 PM PDT

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Loro Cachetes Amarillos Amazona autumnalis

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detchison

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Octubre 21, 2018 07:03 AM HST

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Santa Ana Blvd - known parrot roost area

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Loro Corona Lila Amazona finschi

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greglasley

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Abril 5, 2014

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cullen

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Enero 15, 2016 05:51 PM CST

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Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Same obs as: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/2593124
and
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/2593125

These photos contain both Red-crowned parrots on the right and Lilac-crowned Parrots in the middle.

@jmaley you think the one in the very top left is a hybrid? Can you add a comment about the ID?

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Loro Corona Lila Amazona finschi

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heroelacy

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Julio 11, 2015 06:54 AM CDT

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Un individuo A. finschi (izquierda) y A. viridigenalis (derecha).

ID por Katherine Renton y Rafael Rueda Hernández.

ID confirmado por @ivanresendizcruz

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Loro Corona Lila Amazona finschi

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manuelnevarez

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Abril 6, 2019 07:31 PM CST

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Pareja anidando en el hueco de un Taxodium seco.

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Arao Pichón Cepphus columba

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johngarrett

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Septiembre 3, 2019 04:14 PM CDT

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Separate observation for the flatfish: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/32127936