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A range map for Parker's Spinetail looks like a doodle thanks to the species' affinity for early successional river islands. Photo by participant Myles McNally.
Ladder-tailed Nightjar is a classic species of Amazonia, and birds frequently choose riverbanks for their dayroost. Photo by participant Rick Woodruff.
Once considered part of a larger complex with Gilded Barbet, Black-spotted Barbet is now classified as monotypic. Photo by participant Myles McNally.