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  1. Amazon Landscape

    Amazon Landscape

    Marsh, river in Amazon in Peru
  2. Speckle-faced Parrot

    Speckle-faced Parrot

    A lovely Andean relative of the much more common Blue-headed Parrot, this is one of the few times I saw it perched, but boy was that bird feeling cooperative!
  3. Foothill antwren

    Foothill antwren

    While its lowland counterpart (Rufous-tailed) was quite a common sight just a few km away, this species appears to be rather rare, and bloody hard to pin down, considering how few photos of it exist despite is fairly large range. This is the best I could do, on one of the only two occasions I...
  4. Cinnamon-faced Tyrannulet

    Cinnamon-faced Tyrannulet

    A fairly scarce foothill tyrannulet, but locally quite common in that canyon. Restless and often in shade, bloody hard to get a decent photo!
  5. Buff-bridled Inca-finch.jpg

    Buff-bridled Inca-finch.jpg

    A very colaborative Peruvian endemic. All five species of Incaspiza are endemic to Peru. Most of them can be found in the Andes of Cajamarca.
  6. Many-colored Rush-tyrant immature.jpg

    Many-colored Rush-tyrant immature.jpg

    This colourful passerine is found in lakes surrounded by reef. One of the most beautiful birds found in thid kind of habitat.
  7. Many-colored Rush-tyrant.jpg

    Many-colored Rush-tyrant.jpg

    Another shot of this beatiful bird
  8. Cabanis's Spinetail

    Cabanis's Spinetail

    This foothill spinetail, which is quite scarce in Central Peru, where it reaches the edge of its distribution, turned out to be incredibly skulking, much more so than the previous species. This is a juvenile, as the only photos I ever managed of the adults were even worse.
  9. Marañon Spinetail

    Marañon Spinetail

    A critically endangered Marañon endemic, I'd heard it was terribly skulking, but we ended up having quite good views, thanks to my terrific guide Antonio Garcia Bravo!
  10. Black-winged Ground-Dove

    Black-winged Ground-Dove

  11. Bare-faced Ground-Dove

    Bare-faced Ground-Dove

  12. Peruvian Sheartail

    Peruvian Sheartail

  13. Rusty-bellied Brush-Finch

    Rusty-bellied Brush-Finch

  14. Collared Warbling-Finch

    Collared Warbling-Finch

  15. Purple-collared Woodstar

    Purple-collared Woodstar

  16. Andean Swift

    Andean Swift

  17. Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle

    Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle

  18. Great Inca-Finch

    Great Inca-Finch

  19. Black-necked Woodpecker

    Black-necked Woodpecker

  20. Golden-bellied Grosbeak

    Golden-bellied Grosbeak

  21. Band-tailed Sierra-Finch

    Band-tailed Sierra-Finch

  22. Pied-crested Tit-Tyrant

    Pied-crested Tit-Tyrant

  23. Southern Beardless-Tyrannulet

    Southern Beardless-Tyrannulet

  24. Band-tailed Seedeater

    Band-tailed Seedeater

  25. Dusky-capped Greenlet

    Dusky-capped Greenlet

    A tricky canopy greenlet, this was the only time I got decent views AND enough time to get a photo of it!