Birding Peru – Pics & Files
Specie – Comun: Rufous-naped Ground-Tyrant Specie – Scientific: Muscisaxicola rufivertex occipitalis … Egil had put down this bird as occipitalis, but it looks more like pallidiceps to …

Argentina birds during FONT Birding & Nautre Tours
Argentina Bird List – Part 1: (King Penguin to Magellanic … Rufous-naped Ground-Tyrant _____ Muscisaxicola rufivertex pallidiceps (nw AR)

Chile Birds during FONT Birding & Nature Tours
… bird was photographed during a FONT tour in Chile. Rufous-naped Ground Tyrant _____ Muscisaxicola rufivertex (2 subspecies in Chile) Muscisaxicola rufivertex pallidiceps …

August 2008 Taxonomic Update — Alaska eBird
And, we have added many bird names that eBird users have … Muscisaxicola rufivertex pallidiceps: Rufous-naped Ground-Tyrant (pallidiceps) subspecies

Birdwatching Trip Report from Chile
… Rufous-naped Ground-Tyrant – Muscisaxicola rufivertex pallidiceps … bird nesting in the wall of a road cutting, 2 there on the 8 th and 20 M.r.rufivertex at Laguna Miscanti on the 10 th. Puna Ground-Tyrant – Muscisaxicola …

xeno-canto :: bird songs from the Americas
all species in the collections A list of all 3547 species in the xeno-canto collection. That’s 79.86% of the total number of 4441 species in the Neotropics.

Bolivia 1992
… BILLED GROUND-TYRANT Muscisaxicola m. maculirostris; 1 seen side trip Thomas Baron enroute to La Paz by other people 20/3 RUFOUS-NAPED GROUND-TYRANT M. rufivertex pallidiceps

Isosaari – Great Island …Bird List
Ecuador Bird Species Checklist. Bird Check List – … Tyrant (Agriornis andicola) Plain-capped Ground-Tyrant (Muscisaxicola … Brown-capped Vireo (Vireo leucophrys) Rufous-naped …

xeno-canto :: bird songs from the Americas
A list of all unique bird species in the … Pale-headed Brush-Finch: Atlapetes pallidiceps … Rufous-naped Ground-Tyrant: Muscisaxicola rufivertex

User:SP-KP/ToDo/Bird species – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bird species articles Wikipedia has already, and ones it doesn’t yet have [edit] Instructions. For small orders (< 100 species), just list the order; for large ones, break up by family. Format each taxonomic group like this:

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