Last week at Carmo Road a group of birders from England along with our birding guide spotted for the first time a pair of "Guira Tanager", unfortunatelly we could not take any picture.
Monday, November 28, 2011
Thursday, November 17, 2011
This past weekend from 12th to 15th of November, the park received a group of birders from the Centro de Estudos Ornitológico de São Paulo (CEO), to perform a census on Saibadela Nucleus. With the help of the birding guides of the park, they managed to identify 148 species during the expedition, despite constant rain. Among the highlights were: Yellow-legged Tinamous vocalizing around the lodges, 2 Fasciated Tiger Herons at Quilombo River, Ash-throated Crake, Blue-bellied Parrot, Lesser Swalow-tailed Swift (first recording in the park), Azure Jay, Black-headed Berryeater, Salvadori's Antwren and Long-billed Wren.
|Fasciated Tiger Heron at Quilombo River (by Betinho)|
|Ash-throated Crake (by Betinho)|
Sao Paulo Tyrannulet