Thursday, November 17, 2011

Saibadela trip

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)


Park Ranger Station 

Here is a list with all species recorded during the trip.
 Solitary Tinamou
 Yellow-legged Tinamou
 Dusky-legged Guan
 Fasciated Tiger-Heron
 Striated Heron
 Cattle Egret
 Turkey Vulture
 Black Vulture
 Roadside Hawk
 Southern Caracara
 Yellow-headed Caracara
 Slaty-breasted Wood-Rail
 Ash-throated Crake
 Pied Lapwing
 Ruddy Ground-Dove
 Picazuro Pigeon
 Pale-vented Pigeon
 Plumbeous Pigeon 
 Gray-fronted Dove
 Ruddy Quail-Dove
 Maroon-bellied Parakeet
 Blue-winged Parrotlet
 Plain Parakeet
 Scaly-headed Parrot
 Blue-bellied Parrot
 Smooth-billed Ani
 Gray-rumped Swift
 Sick's Swift
 Lesser Swallow-tailed Swift (first record)
 Saw-billed Hermit
 Sombre Hummingbird
 Black Jacobin
 Black-throated Mango
 Violet-capped Woodnymph
 Versicolored Emerald
 Glittering-throated Emerald
 Amethyst Woodstar
 White-tailed Trogon
 Black-throated Trogon
 Green Kingfisher
 Crescent-chested Puffbird
 Channel-billed Toucan
 Ochre-collared Piculet
 White-spotted Woodpecker
 Green-barred Woodpecker
 Blond-crested Woodpecker
 Spot-backed Antshrike
 Plain Antvireo
 Star-throated Antwren
 Salvadori's Antwren
 Unicolored Antwren
 Rufous-winged Antwren
 Streak-capped Antwren
 White-shouldered Fire-eye
 Squamate Antbird
 Black-cheeked Gnateater
 Rufous-breasted Leaftosser
 Plain-winged Woodcreeper
 Olivaceous Woodcreeper
 White-throated Woodcreeper
 Lesser Woodcreeper
 Spix's Spinetail
 Yellow-chinned Spinetail
 Ochre-breasted Foliage-gleaner
 Black-capped Foliage-gleaner
 Buff-fronted Foliage-gleaner
 Pale-browed Treehunter
 White-eyed Foliage-gleaner
 Sharp-tailed Streamcreeper
 Streaked Xenops
 Gray-hooded Flycatcher
 Sepia-capped Flycatcher
 Eye-ringed Tody-Tyrant
 Eared Pygmy-Tyrant
 Yellow-lored Tody-Flycatcher
 Gray-capped Tyrannulet
 Gray Elaenia
 Yellow-bellied Elaenia
 Sao Paulo Tyrannulet
 Yellow-olive Flycatcher
 White-throated Spadebill
 Whiskered Flycatcher
 Euler's Flycatcher
 Masked Water-Tyrant
 Long-tailed Tyrant
 Cattle Tyrant
 Piratic Flycatcher
 Social Flycatcher
 Great Kiskadee
 Three-striped Flycatcher
 Streaked Flycatcher
 Boat-billed Flycatcher
 Variegated Flycatcher
 Tropical Kingbird
 Fork-tailed Flycatcher
 Short-crested Flycatcher
 Rufous-tailed Attila
 Gray-hooded Attila
 Black-headed Berryeater
 Bare-throated Bellbird
 Red-ruffed Fruitcrow
 Pin-tailed Manakin
 Blue Manakin
 Black-crowned Tityra
 White-winged Becard
 Crested Becard
 Red-eyed Vireo
 Azure Jay
 Grey-breasted Martin
 Southern Rough-winged Swallow
 Southern House-Wren
 Long-billed Wren
 Long-billed Gnatwren
 Yellow-legged Thrush
 Rufous-bellied Thrush
 Creamy-bellied Thrush
 White-necked Thrush
 Black-throated Grosbeak
 Flame-crested Tanager
 Ruby-crowned Tanager
 Brazilian Tanager
 Sayaca Tanager
 Azure-shouldered Tanager
 Golden-chevroned Tanager
 Palm Tanager
 Green-headed Tanager
 Red-necked Tanager
 Swallow Tanager
 Green Honeycreeper
 Rufous-headed Tanager
 Rufous-collared Sparrow
 Saffron Finch
 Blue-black Grassquit
 Lined Seedeater
 Double-collared Seedeater
 Red-crowned Ant-Tanager
 Masked Yellowthroat 
 Golden-crowned Warbler
 White-browed Warbler
 Neotropical River Warbler
 Red-rumped Cacique
 Epaulet Oriole
 Violaceous Euphonia
 Golden-rumped Euphonia
 Chestnut-bellied Euphonia  

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