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  1. Hook-billed Kite (male)

    Hook-billed Kite (male)

    Hook-billed Kite (Chondrohierax uncinatus subsp. uncinatus) Adult male, species sexually dimorphic. Carrying a land snail. Yasuni Kichwa Ecolodge along Rio Napo, Orellina Province, Ecuador. Margin of Rio Napo along its south side. Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest, Rio Napo floodplain at ca. 200 m...
  2. Scarlet-crowned Barbet (female)

    Scarlet-crowned Barbet (female)

    Scarlet-crowned Barbet (Capito aurovirens) Female, species sexually dimorphic. Yasuni Kichwa Ecolodge along Rio Napo, Orellina Province, Ecuador. Margin along south side of Rio Napo. Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest, Rio Napo floodplain at ca. 200 m (656 ft elevation.
  3. Scarlet-crowned Barbet (male)

    Scarlet-crowned Barbet (male)

    Scarlet-crowned Barbet (Capito aurovirens) Male, species sexually dimorphic. Yasuni Kichwa Ecolodge along Rio Napo, Orellina Province, Ecuador. Margin along south side of Rio Napo. Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest, Rio Napo floodplain at ca. 200 m (656 ft elevation.
  4. Ladder-tailed Nightjar (youngsters)

    Ladder-tailed Nightjar (youngsters)

    Ladder-tailed Nightjar (Hydropsalis climacocerca subsp. climacocerca) Very young birds. Large Island in Rio Napo near Napo Wildlife Center, Orellina Province, Ecuador. Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest, Rio Napo floodplain at ca. 200 m (656 ft elevation). Open margins with secondary growth forest.
  5. Ladder-tailed Nightjar

    Ladder-tailed Nightjar

    Ladder-tailed Nightjar (Hydropsalis climacocerca subsp. climacocerca) Margin along south side of Rio Napo near Napo Wildlife Center, Orellina Province, Ecuador. Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest, Rio Napo floodplain at ca. 200 m (656 ft elevation.
  6. Crimson-crested Woodpeckers

    Crimson-crested Woodpeckers

  7. Cocha Antshrike

    Cocha Antshrike

    Lovely male in varzea swamp near Sani Lodge, Ecuador. More colorful mate was also present, but not as accommodating. Worth the chigger bites for this one!
  8. Oriole Blackbird

    Oriole Blackbird

  9. Rufous-headed Woodpecker

    Rufous-headed Woodpecker

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