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2018-03-11 Yelapa, Cabo Corrientes, Jalisco (Jal), Mexico
Adult bird with uniformly black body and head. My first. Interesting to see how the hand is bending when seen head on, giving the bird a mechanical drone-like expression. During the last years the species has become more or less regular in the Cabo Corrientes area and up to San Blas.