Neotropical Birding 27 Autumn 2020

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 FEATURE

5       Don’t cry for us, we’re in Argentina!

Steve James

 BIRDING SITE

15   Jocotoco’s southern circuit

María Lorena Córdova Saeteros

 FEATURE

31   Celebrating Scytalopus

Thomas S. Schulenberg

 BIRDING SITE

40   Birding Uakari Lodge in Brazil’s Mamirauá reserve

Pedro Meloni Nassar

 FEATURE

49   How does a major taxonomic revision of the world’s birds impact Neotropical conservation?

Ashley Simkins

 Globally Threatened Bird

55   Rediscovered: seeing the Critically Endangered Antioquia Brushfinch

Henry Cook and Sophie Barrell

 SPLITS, LUMPS AND SHUFFLES

60   Splits, lumps and shuffles

Thomas S. Schulenberg

 Photospot

68   Photospot: Yucatan Gnatcatcher

Steve N. G. Howell

 BIRDING SITE

74   Seeing White-winged Guan, a Peruvian endemic

Miguel Lezama

 REVIEWS

77   Birds of Ecuador

Rob Williams

78   Lynx illustrated checklist of the mammals of the Southern Cone: Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay

James Lowen

 NBC NOTICEBOARD

79   NBC Noticeboard

Chris Balchin

 FRONT COVER and inset

Male Long-tailed Sylph Aglaiocercus kingii, R√≠o Blanco, Caldas, Colombia, June 2017 (Josh Jones 8¬†joshrjones.com). A species likely to be seen on ‚ÄėJocotoco‚Äôs southern circuit‚Äô in Ecuador (p15).