Mitu is just fantastic!!!

Our last tour in Mitu (Amazonia –Brasil border ) got a lot the higlights!!! This great area offers White -sand Forest, Terra Firma and varzea habitats. We saw some beauty and rare birds like: Chestnut-crested Antbird, Azure-naped Jay, Raquet tailed Coquette, Red-dan Parrot, Scarlet-sholder Parrot, Orinoco Piculet, Spot-backed Antwren, Tawny-tufted Toucanet, Guianan Cock-of-the-rock, Fiery Topaz, Pompadour Cotinga, White-naped Seedeater, Lemon-chested & Brown-headed Greenlets, Whie-bellied Dacnis, Citron-bellied Atila, Black-throated Brillant, Saffron-crested Tyrant-Manakin, White-plumed Antbird, Plumbeous Euphonia, Bronzy Jacamar, Blackish Nightjar, Paradise Jacamar, Amazonian Inezia, Bar-bellied Woodcreper, Olive Oropendula, Yellow-throathed, Cherries, Ash-winged Antwren Antwrens, Imeri Anrbird and Guianan Gnatcatcher (a big range extension?).

 

Our last trips

umbrella

Our tour on the Cali-Buenaventura old Road was quite succesful!! Long-wattled Umbrella bird, Esmeraldas Antbird, Greyish Piculet, Lita Woodpecker, Striped Woodhaunter, Speckle-breasted Wren…and of course a lot the special Tanagers …Multicoloured, Golden-chested, Blue-whiskered, Emerald,  Scarlet-and-white Tanagers, also Yellow-green Bush-Tanager, Golden-collared Honeycreeper and Scarlet-thighed Dacnis.

The las tour Northern and Central Colombia between 25 May and 14 June has  with 3 very good birders from Belgium has a lot higlights… Crescent-faced Antpitta  (bird of the trip), Chestnut Wood-Quail, Barred Parakeet, Santa Marta and Brown-breasted Parakeets, Yellow-eared Parrot, Colombian Screech-Owl, Blossomcrown, Bearded Helmetcrest, Black-thighed Puffleg, Dusky, White-tailed, Blue-throated Starfrontlets, Black Inca, Greyish Piculet, Toucan barbet, Ocellated Tapaculo, Chestnut-crested Cotinga, Chestnut-capped Piha, Yellow-browed Shrike-Vireo, Gold-ringed, Black-and-gold, Purplish-mantled, Multicoloured, Glistening-green and  Red-hooded Tanagers, Masked Saltator, etc…Also, was recorded an American Avocet on the NP Salamanca, this may be the first record for Colombia!!

 

© Copyright | Pablo Florez-Director and Tour Leader
Phone: (057) 310 497 71 07- 301 422 4197
www.multicolorbirdingcolombia.com
pablo@multicolorbirdingcolombia.com
Medellin | Colombia