Birding Trip Report South Ecuador march 2020

Birding Trip Report South Ecuador march 2020.

This is a report of a trip on macrh 3 in the Podocarpus National, sector Bombuscaro River and Sourroundings of the city of Zamora.

Participant: Peter Griffin.
Guide: Pablo Andrade.
 
We start our journey from the city of Loja leaving at 05:00 am to our destination, the tropical Forest in the Podocarpus National Park, sector Bombuscaro River and sourroundings of the city of Zamora.
Remarkable birds: White-necked Parakeet, Crimson-bellied Woodpecker, Black-streaked Puffbird, Coppery-chested Jacamar, Highland Motmot, Andean-cock-of-the-Rock
Species:
Black Vulture, White-necked Parakeet, Speckled Chachalaca, Crimson-bellied Woodpècker, Black-streaked Puffbird, Andean-cock-of-the-Rock, Highland Motmot, Inca Jay, Lafresnaye´s Piculet, Olivaceous Woodcreeper, Streaked Xenops, Montane-foliage Gleaner, Scale-backed AntbirD, Plain Antvireo, Blackish Antbird, Plain-back Antpitta (h), Slaty-capped Flycatcher, Yellow-olive Flycatcher, Streak-necked Flycatcher, Ornate Flycatcher. Blue-rumped Manakin, Among some tanagers: Green Honeycreeper, Purple Honeycreeper, Guira Tanager, Blue Dacnis, Black-faced Dacnis, Orange-bellied Euphonia, Bronce-green Euphonia (h), Paradise, Green-and-gold, Spotted, Bay-headed, Orange-eared, Golden, Blue-gray, Palm, Summer, Magpie, and Flame-faced Tanagers; Yellow-throated Chlorospingus.

Coppery-chested Jacamar, Podocarpus Park

Coppery-chested Jacamar