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Early Global Big Day results: More than 90% of Central American birds observed in a single day!
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By John van Dort The problem is familiar: there are three black Buteogallus hawks in our region—Common Black Hawk (Buteogallus anthracinus), Great Black Hawk (B. urubitinga), and Solitary Eagle (B.
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