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    This female Snowcap, Microchera albocoronata, was not visiting feeders.
  2. Oregonian

    Looking for restaurants with feeders — Panama

    I'm at a lodge now, in Santa Fe, Panama, with two feeders they haven't been maintaining. It's sad, because I know how nice it can be, but the managers don't.
  3. Oregonian

    Looking for restaurants with feeders — Panama

    I had a more general question. Why isn't there a database, or listing by country, of places like Jardin Encantada, Santa Rita Lodge, Rio Blanco in Manizales, Rancho Naturalista. Even small operations, like the restaurant at the top of Hardwar Gap outside Kingston, that a taxi driver took me to...
  4. Oregonian

    Looking for restaurants with feeders — Panama

    I'm traveling in Panama and would like to see hummingbirds at feeders. Shouldn't there be an international on line directory? I had trouble last month in Brazil too. Plain-bellied Emerald fro Bahia 12/31/23 below
  5. Rüppell's Warbler

    Rüppell's Warbler

  6. Sardinian Warbler

    Sardinian Warbler

  7. Eastern Subalpine Warbler

    Eastern Subalpine Warbler

  8. Oregonian

    Brasília

    We're going to Brazil in a couple of weeks, on a family trip. We're spending time in Brasilia, then driving to Diamantina before visiting the coast in southern Bahia. Then driving back to Brasilia. My wife and I have some extra time in Brasilia at the start and at the end. Are there ecolodges...
  9. African Green-Pigeon

    African Green-Pigeon

  10. Shoebill

    Shoebill

    Our first order of business in Uganda was the boat ride in Mabamba Swamp for a Shoebill.
  11. African Swamphen

    African Swamphen

  12. Gray-headed Oliveback

    Gray-headed Oliveback

    Gray-headed Oliveback, Delacourella capistrata, at a random stop between Murchison Falls and Kibale National Park. We thought it was random, but our driver may have known what he was doing, and where to stop.
  13. African Harrier-Hawk

    African Harrier-Hawk

    African Harrier-Hawk Polyboroides typus
  14. Black Bee-Eater.JPG

    Black Bee-Eater.JPG

    Black Bee-eater, Merops gularis
  15. Oregonian

    Recommending a local guide for Uganda

    Patricia and I spent three weeks in Uganda in November on a private tour. Birding isn't Patricia's main thing, so we didn't book a birding tour. In fact, the trip was sort of spur of the moment. We decided to go in October and were looking at Shoebills on November 11th. We had a travel agency...
  16. Oregonian

    Swallow Subspecies in Africa

    I'm confused by Barn Swallows we saw in Uganda last November. Field guides show white-bellied birds, but there were a lot with orange bellies, like the American subspecies. The one attached here is from Queen Elizabeth II National Park on November 26, 2022, Is this just a young European...
  17. Collared Aracari,  Pteroglossus torquatus nuchalis

    Collared Aracari, Pteroglossus torquatus nuchalis

    There is a lovely ecolodge in the the jungle in the lower Rio Magdalena Valley called Cañon del Río Claro in Antioquia, Colombia were we spent a few days on our way to a conference in Medellin two years ago.
  18. Stripe-billed Aracari

    Stripe-billed Aracari

    This bird was hanging around Pijibá Lodge, Chocó, Colombia on our first day there, February 20, 2017. Pijibá Lodge is on the beach south of Nuquí. You can get a cell phone signal at low tide if you stand on rocks just off the beach, otherwise it's off-grid. Solar panels provide most power, but...
  19. Collared Aricari, Pteroglossus torquatus sanguineus

    Collared Aricari, Pteroglossus torquatus sanguineus

    On the way back up the road, at around KM 61, seeing a collection of Aricaris, we stopped to photograph them.
  20. Oregonian

    Your Most Recent "Life" Bird

    Chestnut-throated Seedeater, Sporophila telasco I ticked 66 life birds in Peru in October and November, including a Chestnut-throated Seedeater, Sporophila telasco, at Refugio de Vida Silvestre Los Pantanos de Villa, in Lima on the last day, November 5, 2019. Carlos Chuquilín of IKAM...
  21. Black-lored Yellowthroat

    Black-lored Yellowthroat

    Here is one of the Northern Peru endemics Carlos Chuquiln of IKAM Expeditions found for Patricia and I on a stunning trip across the Andes, from Chiclayo to Moyobamba. This was near Sam Marcos, Cajamarca, east of the town of Cajamarca. https://ikamexpeditions.com/
  22. Chestnut-breasted Coronet, Boissonneaua matthewsii

    Chestnut-breasted Coronet, Boissonneaua matthewsii

    Here is one of the great birds Carlos Chuquiln of IKAM Expeditions found for Patricia and I on a stunning trip across the Andes, from Chiclayo to Moyobamba. This was coming in to hummingbird feeders at a cafe near the museum in Leimebamba. https://ikamexpeditions.com/
  23. White-bellied Hummingbird, Amazilia chionogaster

    White-bellied Hummingbird, Amazilia chionogaster

    Here is one of the great birds Carlos Chuquiln of IKAM Expeditions found for Patricia and I on a stunning trip across the Andes, from Chiclayo to Moyobamba. This was coming in to hummingbird feeders at a cafe near the museum in Leimebamba. https://ikamexpeditions.com/
  24. Rainbow Starfrontlet, Coeligena iris

    Rainbow Starfrontlet, Coeligena iris

    Here is one of the great birds Carlos Chuquiln of IKAM Expeditions found for Patricia and I on a stunning trip across the Andes, from Chiclayo to Moyobamba. This was coming in to hummingbird feeders at a cafe near the museum in Leimebamba. https://ikamexpeditions.com/
  25. Speckle-chested Piculet, Picumnus steindachneri

    Speckle-chested Piculet, Picumnus steindachneri

    Here is one of the Northern Peru endemics Carlos Chuquiln of IKAM Expeditions found for Patricia and I on a stunning trip across the Andes, from Chiclayo to Moyobamba. This was on the Utcubamba River north of Leimebamba, Amazonas, Peru. https://ikamexpeditions.com/
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