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    Per 9/28/2012 Clements Updates: Page 45, Gray Hawk Buteo nitidus: The northern subspecies, Buteo nitidus plagiatus, is elevated to species rank as Gray Hawk (Buteo plagiatus); the three southern subspecies adopt the English name Gray-lined Hawk but retain the scientific name Buteo nitidus. The rationale for this split is explained in NACC Proposal 2011-A-4 and SACC Proposal 523, and is based primarily on Millsap et al. (2011).

    Found the reference document listed here. It indicates Buteo plagiatus is resident from southern Arizona (rarely), southern New Mexico (rarely), western (rarely) and southern Texas south through Middle America (including the Bay Islands, off Honduras) to northwestern Costa Rica (Gulf of Nicoya
    region). For Buteo nitidus, it is resident from Costa Rica (except northwest), Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Tobago, Trinidad, and the Guianas south, west of the Andes to western Ecuador and east of the Andes to northern Argentina, Paraguay, and southern Brazil. This sightings was changed from
    Gray Hawk (Bueto nitidus) to Gray-lined Hawk (Bueto nitidus).

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    Per 8/23/2011 Clements Updates: Page 676, Red-capped Cardinal Paroaria gularis: Subspecies Paroaria gularis nigrogenis is distinctive morphologically and genetically, and overlaps with Paroaria gularis gularis locally in southwestern Venezuela. Therefore, it is elevated to species rank as Masked Cardinal (Paroaria nigrogenis). Revise the range of Masked Cardinal from "E Colombia and Venezuela; Trinidad" to "ne Colombia (south to n Meta and e Vichada), Venezuela (except far s), Trinidad." Revise the range of Paroaria gularis gularis from "E Colombia to Venezuela, the Guianas, Peru and Amaz. Brazil" to "se Colombia to s Venezuela, the Guianas, Peru and Amaz. Brazil." // BirdLife agrees. // Have multiple sightings of RCCA from Kapawi & Napo EC, Manu PE, T&T, Hato Pinero VE.

    Range data confirms that the EC and PE sightings are Red-capped Cardinal Paroaria gularis. // Will leave these sightings as the are.

    For the T&T and VE sightings, BirdLife range data shows that they are in the range of both. The Avibase data shows that the range of P. gularis gularis excludes these sightings. The range statements above also say this. // Change these sightings from Red-capped Cardinal (Paroaria gularis) to Masked Cardinal (Paroaria nigrogenis). (March 2013)

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