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Flame-throated Warbler is a striking resident of the Chiriqui highlands...

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Caption: Flame-throated Warbler is a striking resident of the Chiriqui highlands of southern Costa Rica and western Panama, where it inhabits the canopy of open oak-dominated woodland and forest edges.moist tropical montane forest, cloud forest; neotropical; Savegre, Savegre Mountain Hotel, San Gerardo de Doto, Cabinas Chacon, Talamanca Mountains, cloud forest, Cerro de La Muerte, Costa Rica, Central America, WarblerFt60380zxs.tif
Location: San Gerardo de Doto
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