Table of contents for NB34

¬†EDITORIAL¬† –¬† Page 2

Welcome to Neotropical Birding 34!

JAMES LOWEN

¬†NEW BOOK¬† –¬† Page 3

New field guides for Central America: purpose and perspective

STEVE N. G. HOWELL

¬†BIRDING AT THE CUTTING EDGE¬† –¬† Page 11

Retracing legends’ footsteps in Peru

ROB JANSEN

¬†BIRDING SITES¬† –¬† Page 26

When the sky turns green and red: the Red-spectacled Parrot show

CAIO BEZERRA DE MATTOS BRITO & ARTHUR MONTEIRO GOMES

¬†IDENTIFICATION WORKSHOP¬† –¬† Page 34

Not yet time to kiss Myiarchus goodbye in Middle America

STEVE N. G. HOWELL, ROSELVY JU√ĀREZ & JOHN VAN DORT

¬†BIRDING AT THE CUTTING EDGE¬† –¬† Page 45

‚ÄėHonduran Wren‚Äô ‚Äď a cryptic species of Campylorhynchus endemic to Honduras?

STEVE N. G. HOWELL

¬†SPLITS, LUMPS AND SHUFFLES¬† –¬† Page 53

Splits, lumps and shuffles

Thomas S. SCHULENBERG

¬†GLOBALLY THREATENED BIRD¬† –¬† Page 63

Yellow-eared Parrot Ognorhynchus icterotis continues to expand its range in Colombia

DAVID WAUGH

¬†PHOTOSPOT –¬† Page 67

Feeding frenzy: October migration and moths in central Chiapas, Mexico

DAVID TONNESSEN

 REVIEWS РPage 75

Birds of Belize
ALICK SIMMONS

Birds of Costa Rica

MIKE HOIT

Listado de las aves argentinas

JAMES LOWEN

¬†NBC NOTICEBOARD¬† –¬† Page 80

NBC Noticeboard

CHRIS BALCHIN