EcoAmazonian Lodge is not the best known Lodge among birdwatchers, but the area is definitively good for birds. During our trip in June/July 2013 we stayed four days and three nights at the Lodge. This was also a family trip, so bird was not the first priority all the time. The Lodge is a good place to see a good variety of Parrots, here are some of them.
Red-and-green Macaws. We also had several Scarlet Macaws during our stay at the Lodge.
A group of Blue-andyellow Macaw.
Red-bellied Macaws, quite common at Eco Amazonian Lodge
Thursday, March 17, 2016
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
I have only seen White-tailed Shrike-Tyrant a couple of times, and never photographed the species earlier. At about 3500 meters, Mauricio spotted one, but after a couple of minutes, it disappeared. I started to run after the bird without thinking about the altitude, and I found it after a ten minutes hike up the hillside. I felt shaky and could hardly held the camera, but I was able to take some pictures of the bird.
White-tailed Shrike-Tyrant (above and below)
Once again I had the opportunity to visit Chiguata. This time together with Finn and Mauricio. We birded along the road from Chiguata to Salinas. Here are some of the birds from the lower elevations (2300 - 3500 meters). The first post showing some of the hummingbirds in the area.
Sunday, March 29, 2015
We also visited the cultivated fields in search for Tawny-throated Dotterel and Least Seedsnipe. Luckily we found a group of Dotterels.
Dragonfly (below), unknown species, any suggestions?
Saturday, February 14, 2015
Chilean Flamenco now breeds in Ite. It is the only costal Lagoon where this species breed. All three species of Flamencos are observed in the lagoons, something that makes Ite quite special. In Mejia there are also observations of all three species of Flamencos, but the last years Ite have more observations of Puna and Andean Flamenco than any other costal Lagoon.