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  1. I thought it would be nice to have a thread for those gems of the forest that can be hard to spot! Here's a black crowned pitta from Borneo, Olympus E-5 50-200 lens with 1.4 converter. P3274476 adj Black-crowned Pitta by kittykat23uk, on Flickr This bird is difficult to spot but can be detected by it's plaintive single note whistle. I got quite good at imitating this call and was able to get this bird to respond, giving it's position away.
  2. The Reddish Hermit is amongst the smallest birds in the world as it measures just 7.5-9 cm. Its natural habitat is humid woodlands primarily of the Amazon basin and parts of south-eastern Brazil. This photo was taken at Manu Wildlife Center, August 2013.
  3. The Many-spotted hummingbird is found in the Andean foothills where it lives in sub-tropical forests. This bird was seen at Cock of the Rock Lodge, Manu Cloudforest, August 2013.

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