Neotropical Birding 33 – Table of contents

 EDITORIAL

2       Welcome to Neotropical Birding 33!

JAMES LOWEN

 FEATURE

3       Hunting of migratory shorebirds along the Atlantic Americas Flyway: an overlooked source of bushmeat

BRAD A. ANDRES

  BIRDING AT THE CUTTING EDGE 

14¬†¬† A paradise lost in the mountains of Rio de Janeiro ‚Äď and the hope of finding Kinglet Calyptura there

GABRIEL MELLO, DANIEL MELLO, GUSTAVO QUINTANILHA & PAULO HUNGRIA MACHADO

 BIRDING SITE

31   Birding Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula

PILAR BERNAL CASTRO, DIONISIO PANIAGUA CASTRO & KAREN LEAVELLE

 FEATURE

46   Teenage Hudsonian Godwits: a conservation priority

GRAHAM APPLETON

 BETTER NEOTROPICAL BIRDING  

53   Bird Sounds Global: automated species recognition with machine learning

SEBASTIAN ANDREJEFF & PETTERI LEHIKOINEN

 

 SPLITS, LUMPS AND SHUFFLES

59   Splits, lumps and shuffles

Thomas S. Schulenberg

 BIRDING SITE

69   The birds of Playa Tarqui, 
Manta, Ecuador

ROLF JENSEN

 FEATURE

74   Helping conserve Black-breasted Puffleg through sustainable ecotourism

JAMES LOWEN

 REVIEWS

78   Birds of Colombia: a photographic guide

JOSH JONES

78   Birds of Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands

CHRIS BALCHIN

 NBC NOTICEBOARD

80   NBC Noticeboard

Chris Balchin

 FRONT COVER

Male Turquoise Cotinga Cotinga ridgwayi, Osa Peninsula, Puntarenas, Costa Rica, September 2020 (Henry Sandi ( sandi._.henry). This globally Vulnerable species can be seen on Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula (p31).