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Chestnut-winged Chachalaca (Ortalis garrula)

Chestnut-winged Chachalaca c.

White-eyed Trogon (Trogon comptus)

White-eyed Trogon (Trogon comptus)

Citreoline Trogon (Trogon citreolus)

Male nominate race with bill pale blue-grey, eye yellow; head and breast dull greyish-black, creamy white breast­band, yellow rest of underside;

Crested Pigeon (Geophaps lophotes)

Little Buttonquail (Turnix velox)

Butterfly Coquette (Lophornis verreauxii) (Formerly put with Lophornis chalybeus)

Very similar in all plumages to previously conspecific L. chalybeus (see Taxonomy comments), with which there is no geographical overlap.

Santa Marta Woodstar (Chaetocercus astreans)

Santa Marta Woodstar c.

Chestnut-bellied Guan (Penelope ochrogaster)

Sexes alike, except that male apparently has reddish eye, greyish in female, and legs are also more reddish in female (versus pale rust brown) Reca

Little Chachalaca (Ortalis motmot)

Little Chachalaca cm; Reddish-chestnut head like O. garrula and O. erythroptera, contrasting with mainly grey underparts, but dark brown, not chestnut, primaries.

Violet-capped Hummingbird (Goldmania violiceps)

Violet-capped Hummingbird (Goldmania violiceps)

White-winged Guan (Penelope albipennis)

White-winged Guan c. 1750 g Only Penelope with white primaries (the eight outermost), though easily visible only in flight, and bright blue bill with blackish tip.

Neblina Metaltail (Metallura odomae)

upperparts yellowish olive-green, underparts yellowish olive-green with pale feather fring

Least sandpiper - Wikipedia

File:Least Sandpiper.jpg - Encyclopedia of Life

Wedge-tailed Sabrewing (Campylopterus curvipennis)

Wedge-tailed Sabrewing (Campylopterus curvipennis)

Fawn-breasted Brilliant (Heliodoxa rubinoides)

Fawn-breasted Brilliant (Heliodoxa rubinoides)

Sombre Hummingbird (Campylopterus cirrochloris)

Sombre Hummingbird c. upperparts bronzy-green to blackish bronzy-green, postocular spot white, uppertail-coverts with slight