NB28 Table of contents

 EDITORIAL

2     Welcome to Neotropical Birding 28

JAMES LOWEN

 BIRDING SITES

3     Uruguay: gateway to Neotropical birdlife

ADRI√ĀN B. AZPIROZ

 FEATURE

17  Saving Galápagos landbirds

BEN STOCKWELL

 NEW BOOK

28  Field identification of some look-alike Serpophaga tyrannulets and Plain Inezia from Argentina

MARK PEARMAN AND JUAN I. ARETA

 FEATURE

35  Conservation action does prevent extinctions: a Neotropical perspective

JAMES LOWEN

 IDENTIFICATION WORKSHOP

45  The identification of Junin Grebe Podiceps taczanowskii

DAVID FISHER

 FEATURE

49¬† Global Bird Weekend ‚Äď in the Neotropics

PENNY ROBINSON

 FEATURE

53  Saving the lord of the Andean skies

JAMES LOWEN

 SPLITS, LUMPS AND SHUFFLES

60  Splits, lumps and shuffles

THOMAS S. SCHULENBERG

 PHOTOSPOT

69  Photospot: Ocellated Crake in the Brazilian Cerrado

DANIEL BRANCH

 REVIEWS

72  Birds of Argentina and the

South-west Atlantic

RAYMOND JEFFERS

73  The birds of Cuba: an annotated checklist

PETE MORRIS

74  Illustrated checklist of the mammals   of the world

James Lowen

75  All the birds of the world

James Lowen

77  Aves do Sudeste do Brasil

James Lowen

 NBC NOTICEBOARD

78  NBC Noticeboard

Chris Balchin

 CONSERVATION FUND

80¬† NBC Conservation Awards, 2019‚Äď20

ROB CLAY

 FRONT COVER

Singing male Chestnut Seedeater Sporophila cinnamomea, west of Guich√≥n, Paysand√ļ, Uruguay, November 2009 (Adri√°n Azpiroz/Wild Punta del Este). One of several globally threatened birds that are readily found in Uruguay‚Äôs native grasslands (p3). This capuchino also breeds in neighbouring Argentina, a country that features twice in this issue (p28, p72).