Day, also in Colombia, broke from the pack at the Peruvian border and is 460 miles south of MIA.
Gulf Hammock has moved into northeastern Peru, traveling slowly through this largely forested area.
Still in Amazonas, Brazil, just south of the Peruvian border, are Suwannee and Pace, feeding over productive floodplain forests.
To the east 330 miles, Slidell also remains on her foraging grounds in Amazonas, Brazil.
500 miles south is Palmetto, slowly making her way through the state of Rondonia, Brazil.
PearlMS continues to hold closely to his winter range.