Birds of Ecuador

Jocotoco Antpitta, Tapichalaca Reserve



Andean Condor (Male), Antisana Reserve



Golden-Winged Manakin (Male), Tandayapa Bird Lodge



Moustached Antpitta, Refugio Paz de los Aves



White-Chinned Thistletail, Antisana Reserve



Masked Mountain-Tanager, Cayambe-Coca Reserve



Rufous-Crowned Antpitta (Male), Mangaloma



Crimson-Mantled Woodpecker (Female), Cabañas San Isidro



Black-Chinned Mountain-Tanager, Refugio Paz de los Aves



Least Bittern, Sani Lodge



Rufous Motmot, Rio Palenque



Andean Cock-of-the-Rock (Male), Refugio Paz de los Aves



Grass-Green Tanager, Yanacocha Reserve



Chocó Toucan, Milpe Bird Sanctuary



Long-Tailed Sylph (Male), Cabañas San Isidro



Ochre-Breasted Antpitta, Refugio Paz de los Aves



Hooded Mountain-Tanager, Guacamayos Ridge Trail



Green Manakin, Rio Canandé Reserve



Booted Racket-Tail, Refugio Paz de las Aves



Spotted Antbird (Female), Playa de Oro



Zigzag Heron, Sacha Lodge



Golden-Headed Quetzal (Male), Old Nono-Mindo Road



Moss-Backed Tanager, Mashpi Reserve



Nazca Booby, Isla de la Plata



White-Breasted Parakeet, Cabañas Copalinga



Glossy Flowerpiercer, Yanacocha Reserve



Gray-Breasted Mountain-Toucan, Guango Lodge



Agile Tit-Tyrant, Cayambe-Coca Reserve



Stout-Billed Cinclodes, Cotopaxi National Park



Blue-Crowned Motmot, Lalo Loor Reserve



Yellow-Breasted Antpitta, Refugio Paz de las Aves



Slaty-Backed Chat-Tyrant, Guacamayos Ridge Trail



Masked Trogon (Male), Cabañas San Isidro



Torrent Duck (Female and Male), Guango Lodge



Tawny Antpitta, Papallacta Pass



Rainbow-Bearded Thornbill (Male), Cerro Mongus



Great-Tailed Grackle, Isla Corazon



Maroon-Tailed Parakeet, Wildsumaco



Yellow-Crowned Night-Heron, Puerto Hondo



Pinnated Bittern, Segua Marsh



Black-Cheeked Woodpecker, Restaurant Mirador Los Bancos



Collared Trogon (Male), Rio Palenque



Black-Faced Ibis, Antisana Reserve



Magnificent Frigatebird (Male and Female), Isla de la Plata



Blackburnian Warbler, Cabanas San Isidro



Lanceolated Monklet, Sani Lodge



Green Thorntail (Male), Buenaventura Reserve



Marañon Thrush, Zumba



Rufuos-Winged Tanager (Male), Rio Silanche Bird Sanctuary



Sword-Billed Hummingbird, Guango Lodge



Velvet-Purple Coronet, Mindo Loma



Cinnamon Flycatcher, Volcán El Reventador



Aplomado Falcon, Cotopaxi National Park



Pale-Mandibled Aracari, Buenaventura Reserve



Strong-Billed Woodcreeper, Bellavista Lodge



Common Potoo, Sani Lodge



Gorgeted Sunangel, Yanacocha Reserve



Giant Conebill, Papallacta Pass



Toucan Barbet, Refugio Paz de las Aves



Pearled Treerunner, Coca-Cayambe Reserve



White Hawk, Sani Lodge



Plate-Billed Mountain-Toucan, Tandayapa Valley



Lemon-Rumped Tanager (Male), Milpe Bird Sanctuary



Golden-Crowned Spadebill, Playa de Oro



Lafresnaye's Piculet, Wildsumaco



Tyrian Metaltail, Guango Lodge



Green-and-Black Fruiteater (Male), Guacamayos Ridge Trail



Band-Bellied Owl, Cabañas Copalinga



White-Throated Tyrannulet, Yanacocha Reserve



Ornate Hawk-Eagle (Juvenile), Sani Lodge



Pauraque, Mashpi Reserve



Scarlet-Bellied Mountain-Tanager, Cayambe-Coca Reserve



Black-Tailed Trainbearer, Quito Botanical Garden



Black-and-Chestnut Eagle, La Bonita Road



Magpie Tanager, San Rafael Falls



Red-Headed Barbet (Female), Tandayapa Bird Lodge



Black-Backed Bush-Tanager, Cayambe-Coca Reserve



Peruvian Meadowlark, Lalo Loor Reserve



Rufous-Bellied Seedsnipe, Antisana Reserve



Wood Stork, Segua Marsh



Western Slaty-Antshrike, Lalo Loor Reserve



Scrub Tanager, Bosque Protector Jerusalem



Orange-Breasted Fruiteater (Male), Mashpi Reserve



Plain-Brown Woodcreeper, Rio Palenque



Oilbirds, Chontal



Crimson-Rumped Toucanet, Refugio Paz de las Aves



Yellow-Throated Bush-Tanager, Podocarpus National Park, Bombuscaro Sector



Saffron-Crowned Tanager, Cabanas San Isidro



Dark-Backed Wood-Quail, Refugio Paz de los Aves

3 comments:

Guy said...

Please consider submitting your cotinga and manakin photos for possible publication in our forthcoming Cotingas and Manakins monograph. You can send any photos that you wish to consider for publication direct to me. Please include information about where and when any photos were taken. Thanks!

Guy Kirwan

THOMAS said...

The best blog!nice fotos!
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Margaret Henigman said...

I'm inspired and excited to find my way to Ecuador to see some of these magnificent birds. Thank you for posting these. We hope to organize a trip to the Galapagos and I'm thinking of a week on the mainland. Any sugestions for not too hard to get to birding spots?

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