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Near endemic, Scrub Tanager, Tangara vitriolina, Parque Nacional Tatama, Cerro Montezuma | by OSWALDO CORTES - Bogota Birding & Wildlife Colombi
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Near endemic, Scrub Tanager, Tangara vitriolina, Parque Nacional Tatama, Cerro Montezuma

Amazing birding tour at western andes Colombia with Bogota Birding company at Tatama, it’s a paradise for choco endemic birds!! We saw Gold-ringed tanager (Endemic), Black-&-gold Tanagers(Endemic), Crested Ant Tanager(Endemic), Purplish-mantled tanager (near endemic), Glistening-green tanager (near endemic),, Lemon-spectacled Tanager, Rufous-throated Tanager, Metallic-green Tanager, Silver-throated Tanager. Also the amazing Black Solitaire, Buffy Tuftedcheek, Fulvous-dotted Treerunner, Toucan Barbet, Bicoloured Antvireo, Yellow-breasted Antpitta, Bronze-olive Pygmy-Tyrant, Yellow-breasted Antwren, White-headed Wren, Olivaceous Piha, Olive Finch, Uniform Treehunter, Scaly-throated Foliage-gleaner, Yellow-collared and Chestnut-breasted Chlorophonias. The Hummingbirds here was:

Empress Brilliant, White-tailed Hillstar, Brown Inca, Velvet-purple Coronet, Violet-tailed Sylph, Purple-bibbed Whitetip and Purple-throated Woodstar in the finish tour a very good view the Alto Pisones Tapacul!!! Birding guide- Oswaldo Cortes

 

 

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Taken on April 21, 2014