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This bird emits a strange sound and in doing so adopts this position.
Gracias por tu comentario harsuame.
Thak you Again Anne Marie McCaffrey, I am going to change the ID.
fantastic thanks, I'll review the information you give me, is very interesting and complete Anne Marie McCaffrey.
Excelente evento muy bella imagen
Thank you for the ID Anne Marie McCaffrey.
There are 7 species of Oropendola in Peru. After looking at photos, my best guess is Russet-backed Oropendola.
I think it is an oropendola. The strange noises you describe, and the position, are typical of oropedolas. I don't know which species are native to Peru though...
Lat: -12.59, Long: -69.19
Spotted on Jan 11, 2012 Submitted on May 11, 2012