Blue-gray vs Palm Tanager

These two closely-related species prove that it takes two to tango in this midair dance in a Georgetown backyard. They are perhaps the most widespread and ubiquitous birds throughout lowland Guyana. (Photo by Kester Clarke)
These two closely-related species prove that it takes two to tango in this midair dance in a Georgetown backyard. They are perhaps the most widespread and ubiquitous birds throughout lowland Guyana. (Photo by Kester Clarke)

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