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Birding Report: Yanacocha & Alambi Reserve / Sue Clark / February 2019 / Canada

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BIRDING REPORT: ECUADOR BIRDS TOURS - YANACOCHA AND ALAMBI RESERVE 

Birding Report Date: February 2019

Birding Location: West Slope, Yanacocha and Alambi Reserve

Nationality and No. Pax: Canada / 2 Birders and Photographers 

Bird Species Observed: 36

Ecosystems Covered: High Barren Plains, Paramo, West Slope Cloud Forest  

Trip Advisor Review: 5 Star Customer Satisfaction

Birds Species Observed: #Glossy Flowerpiercer, #MaskedFlowerpiercer, #SpectacledRedstar, #RufousAntpitta, #ShiningSunbeam, #Buff-wingedStarfrontlet, #SwordbilledHummingbird, #PalmTanager, #WhitelinedTanager, #Silverthroatedtanager, #Goldentanager, #BluewingedMountainTanager, #BluegrayTanager, #FlamerumpedTanager, #EcuadorianThrush, #BlackwingedSaltator, #BuffthroatedSaltator, #Bananaquit, #ThickbilledEuphonia, #GoldenoliveWoodpecker, #Andean Guan, #MaskedTrogon, #GraybrownedBrushFinch, #TropicalKingbird, #BlackchestedBuzzardEagle, #SummerTanager, #Antbird, #BroadWingedHawk, #BootedracketTail, #RufoustailedHummingbird, #AndeanEmerald, #OrangebilledEuphonia, #RedheadedBarbet, #WhitewingedBrushFinch and others. 

 

We saw for their first time in their lives an Spectacled Bear about 100ft from us. He was climbing the rocky areas of the Paramo. We have found their feeding habitat and now we know where they are! So book a tour and well see them! 

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