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BRAZIL’S ATLANTIC FORESTS
NATURETREK TRIP REPORT
The following trip report outlines the itinerary followed by the Naturetrek Tour that stayed at Serra dos Tucanos Lodge from 7th – 14th March 2009
The complete species list for the tour is at the end of this report.
Trip participants: Jeremy & Lindsay Bradley, Roger & Judy Broad, Christopher & Helena Craig, John Dixon, Stephen Lewis, Anne Mansfield, Stephen Owen, Pamela Tregunna, and Jonathon Turner.
March 7th: The group were picked up from Rio de Janeiro airport at 7am and transferred to Serra dos Tucanos Lodge. Species seen on the transfer included the following; Least Grebe, Kelp Gull, and Magnificent Frigatebird. On arrival at the lodge the group quickly settled into birding the gardens and watching many species of tanagers feeding at the bird tables and studying the several species of hummingbirds that regularly come to the sugar feeders on the verandas. After lunch the Cedae trail was walked but abandoned early due to heavy rain. Species of note for the day included: Maroon-bellied Parakeet, Plain Parakeet, Saw-billed Hermit, Sombre Hummingbird, Black Jacobin, Violet-capped Woodnymph, Chestnut-bellied Euphonia, and Green-headed, Golden-chevroned, Brazilian, and Ruby-crowned Tanagers.

March 8th: The day was spent birding the lodge trails and garden. Species of note for the day included: Surucua Trogon, Spot-billed Toucanet, Yellow-eared Woodpecker, Blond-crested Woodpecker, Thrush-like Woodcreeper, Scaled Woodcreeper, Black-capped Foliage Gleaner, Ferruginous Antbird, and Scaled Antbird.

March 9th: Clear skies meant an attempt at higher altitudes was warranted. The first couple of hours were spent on the upper section of the Pico de Caledonia access road. The rest of the day was spent on the lower section. Species of note for the day included: Plovercrest, Brazilian Ruby, Yellow-browed Woodpecker, Red-eyed Thornbird, Rufous-tailed Antbird, Dusky-tailed Antbird, Serra do Mar Tapaculo, Swallow-tailed Cotinga, Black&Gold Cotinga, Serra do Mar Tyrannulet, Velvety Black Tyrant, Shear-tailed Grey Tyrant, Diademed Tanager, Brassy-breasted Tanager, and Bay-chested Warbling Finch.

March 10th: The morning was spent on the Theodora trail. After lunch the group birded the lodge trails.

Species of note for the day included: White-throated Hummingbird, Lesser Woodcreeper, White-browed Foliage-Gleaner, Rufous-backed Antvireo, Bertoni’s Antbird, Pin-tailed Manakin, Blue-billed Black Tyrant, White-rimmed Warbler, and Azure-shouldered Tanager.

March 11th: The day was spent at the Serra dos Orgaos National Park about one hours drive from the lodge.

Species of note for the day included: Mantled Hawk, Slaty-breasted Wood-Rail, Scale-throated Hermit, Eye-ringed Tody-Tyrant, and Brown Tanager,
March 12th: The morning was spent at the Regua wetland reserve. After lunch the group birded the lodge trails. Species of note for the day included: Whistling Heron, Masked Duck, Tail-banded Hornero, White-eyed Foliage-Gleaner, Sooretama Slaty-Antshrike, Chestnut-backed Antshrike, White-flanked Antwren, Unicoloured Antwren, and Swallow Tanager.

March 13th: Without doubt the Three-toed Jacamar is one of the target species of the whole week. We departed early for an hours drive to where the days birding began. Species of note for the day included: Blackish Rail, Blue-winged Macaw, Three-toed Jacamar, White-eared Puffbird, Grey-capped Tyrannulet, Streamer-tailed Tyrant, Gilt-edged Tanager, and Half-collared Sparrow.

March 14th: The group spent the morning around the lodge before departing back to Rio for their flight home at 1pm.
During the groups stay we had a combined total of 235 species seen with a further 10 heard. A total of 66 Atlantic forest endemics were seen.
Pete Forrest

Serra dos Tucanos Lodge

FULL SPECIES LIST
Species in bold are endemic to the Atlantic rain forest.
BROWN TINAMOU (Crypturellus obsoletus) - Heard only, at the National Park on the 11th.
LEAST GREBE (Tachybaptus dominicus) - Two on the journey up from Rio on the 7th and one at the wetland reserve on the 12th were the only records.
PIED-BILLED GREBE (Podilymbus podiceps) - One at the wetland reserve on the 12th was the only record.
NEOTROPIC CORMORANT (Phalacrocorax brasilianus) - Several recorded on the journey up from Rio on the 7th.
MAGNIFICENT FRIGATEBIRD (Fregata magnificens) - Several were recorded from the Rio - Niteroi bridge on the 7th.
COCOI HERON (Ardea cocoi) - Three on the journey up from Rio on the 7th were the only records.
GREAT EGRET (Ardea alba) - Seen in most wet areas along the roadside when on excursions.
LITTLE BLUE HERON (Egretta caerulea) - One on the journey up from Rio on the 7th was the only record.
SNOWY EGRET (Egretta thula) - Several recorded on the journey up from Rio on the 7th.
CATTLE EGRET (Bubulcus ibis) - Seen commonly in any suitable habitat.
STRIATED HERON (Butorides striatus) - Singles on three dates.
WHISTLING HERON (Syrigma sibilatrix) - Four on the drive back from the wetland reserve on the 12th were the only records.
BLACK-CROWNED NIGHT-HERON (Nycticorax nycticorax) - Several recorded on the journey up from Rio on the 7th.
WHITE-FACED WHISTLING DUCK (Dendrocygna viduata) - Eight at the wetland reserve and three on the drive up from Rio were the only records.
BRAZILIAN TEAL (Amazonetta braziliensis) - Thirty at the wetland reserve and two on the drive to the National Park were the only records.
MASKED DUCK (Nomonyx dominica) - A single at the wetland reserve on the 12th was the only record.
BLACK VULTURE (Coragyps atratus) - Seen daily, common.
TURKEY VULTURE (Cathartes aura) - Seen almost daily, common.
LESSER YELLOW-HEADED VULTURE (Cathartes burrovianus) - At least three at the wetland reserve on the 12th.
MANTLED HAWK (Leucopternis polionota) - One at the National Park on the 11th was the only record.
SAVANNA HAWK (Heterospizias meridionalis) - Recorded in small numbers on most excursions.
ROADSIDE HAWK (Buteo magnirostris) - Recorded almost daily in small numbers.
SHORT-TAILED HAWK (Buteo brachyurus) - One on the drive to the wetland reserve on the 12th was the only record.
WHITE TAILED HAWK (Buteo albicaudatus) - Up to three daily on three dates.
BLACK AND WHITE HAWK EAGLE (Spizastur melanoleucus) - One at the lodge on the 7th was the only record.
SOUTHERN CARACARA (Caracara plancus) - Recorded almost daily from suitable habitats.
YELLOW HEADED CARACARA (Milvago chimachima) - Recorded almost daily from suitable habitats.
AMERICAN KESTREL (Falco sparverius) - Three on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
APLOMADO FALCON (Falco femoralis) - Two on the high altitude excursion on the 9th were the only records.
DUSKY-LEGGED GUAN (Penelope obscura) - Two on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
LIMPKIN (Aramus guarauna) - Two at the wetland reserve on the 12th were the only records.
RUFOUS-SIDED CRAKE (Laterallus melanophaius) - Heard only, at the wetland reserve on the 12th.
SLATY-BREASTED WOOD-RAIL (Aramides saracura) - Heard or seen at the lodge on several dates.
BLACKISH RAIL (Pardirallus nigricans) - One on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th was the only record.
PURPLE GALLINULE (Porphyrio martinica) - Several were seen at the wetland reserve on the 12th.
COMMON MOORHEN (Gallinula chloropus) - At least 30 birds at the wetland reserve on the 12th and two on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th.

WATTLED JACANA (Jacana jacana) - Up to six daily on four dates.


RED-LEGGED SERIEMA (Cariama cristata) - Two on the high altitude and one on the Jacamar excursions were the only records.
SOUTHERN LAPWING (Vanellus chilensis) - Recorded almost daily in suitable habitats.
KELP GULL (Larus dominicanus) - Small numbers were recorded on the journey from Rio.
PICAZURO PIGEON (Patagionas picazuro) - Small numbers recorded most days.
PLUMBEOUS PIGEON (Patagionas plumbea) - Three on the high altitude excursion on the 9th.
RUDDY GROUND DOVE (Columbina talpacoti) - Seen in small numbers daily.
WHITE-TIPPED DOVE (Leptotila verreauxi) - Heard only, at the wetland reserve on the 12th.
GREY-FRONTED DOVE (Leptotila rufaxilla) - Heard on the high altitude excursion and one seen on the Theodora trail.
BLUE-WINGED MACAW (Ara maracana) - Four on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
WHITE EYED PARAKEET (Aratinga leucophthalmus) - Up to fifteen daily on three dates.
MAROON- BELLIED PARAKEET (Pyrrhura frontalis) - Small numbers recorded in the lodge gardens almost daily, also seen on several of the excursions.
PLAIN PARAKEET (Brotogeris tirica) - Small numbers recorded in the lodge gardens almost daily, also seen on several of the excursions.
BLUE-WINGED PARROTLET (Forpus crassirostris) - Ones or twos at the lodge on three dates.
SCALY HEADED PARROT (Pionus maximiliani) - Recorded within the lodge grounds on several occasions, also on several of the excursions.
SQUIRREL CUCKOO (Piaya cayana) - Singles on three dates.
SMOOTH BILLED ANI (Crotophaga ani) - Seen commonly in any suitable habitat.
GUIRA CUCKOO (Guira guira) - Seen commonly in any suitable habitat.
TROPICAL SCREECH-OWL (Megascops choliba) - Two at the wetland reserve on the 12th were the only records.
BURROWING OWL (Athene cunicularia) - Two on the high altitude excursion on the 9th were the only records.
WHITE COLLARED SWIFT (Stretoprocne zonaris) - Small numbers were seen on three dates.
GREY-RUMPED SWIFT (Chaetura cinereiventris) - Birds going to roost were seen on several dates at the lodge.
LESSER SWALLOW-TAILED SWIFT (Panyptila cayennensis) - Three over the lodge on the 10th and a single there on the 7th were the only records.
SAW BILLED HERMIT (Ramphodon naevius) - Recorded almost daily around the lodge.
RUFOUS-BREASTED HERMIT (Glaucis hirsute) - A single at the lodge on the 7th was the only record.
SCALE-THROATED HERMIT (Phaethornis eurynome) - A single at the National Park on the 11th was the only record.
REDDISH HERMIT (Phaethornis rubber) - A single at the lodge on the 8th was the only record.
SOMBRE HUMMINGBIRD (Campylopterus cirrhochloris) - Recorded daily at the lodge.
SWALLOW TAILED HUMMINGBIRD (Eupetomena macroura) - Seen almost daily in a variety of habitats.
BLACK JACOBIN (Melanotrochilus fuscus) - Seen daily around the lodge and on several of the excursions.
PLOVERCREST (Stephanoxis lalandi) - Two on the high altitude excursion on the 9th were the only records.
GLITTERING-BELLIED EMERALD (Chlorostilbon aureoventris) - One on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th and one on the high altitude excursion on the 9th were the only records.
VIOLET CAPPED WOODNYMPH (Thalurania glaucopis) - Seen daily around the lodge and on several of the excursions.
WHITE-THROATED HUMMINGBIRD (Leucochloris albicollis) - Up to three daily on three dates.
BRAZILIAN RUBY (Clytolaema rubricauda) - Up to four daily on three dates.
BLACK-THROATED TROGON (Trogon rufus) - Two at the lodge on the 12th were the only records.
SURUCUA TROGON (Trogon surrucura) - One at the lodge on the 8th.
RINGED KINGFISHER (Ceryle torquata) - One on the drive up from Rio and one on the drive to the National Park were the only records.
RUFOUS-CAPPED MOTMOT (Baryphthengus ruficapillus) - Heard only, at the lodge on several dates.
THREE-TOED JACAMAR (Jacamaralcyon tridactyla) - As usual this bird performed very well with three being seen on the 13th.
WHITE-EARED PUFFBIRD (Hystalus chacuru) - One on the Jacamar excursion on the13th was the only record.
SPOT BILLED TOUCANET (Selenidera maculirostris) - Up to three daily on three dates all records being at the lodge.
CHANNEL BILLED TOUCAN (Rhamphastos vitellinus) - One at the lodge on the 7th was the only record.
TOCO TOUCAN (Rhamphastos toco) - One over the lodge on the 12th was the only record.
WHITE BARRED PICULET (Picumnus cirratus) - Up to two daily on six dates.
YELLOW-EARED WOODPECKER (Veniliornis maculifrons) - One at the lodge on the 8th and one on the Theodora trail on the 10th were the only records.
YELLOW-BROWED WOODPECKER (Piculus aurulentus) - One on the Theodora trail and one on the high altitude excursion were the only records.
CAMPO FLICKER (Colaptes campestris) - Up to five daily on three dates.
BLOND CRESTED WOODPECKER (Celeus flavescens) - Recorded on several dates at the lodge.
TAIL-BANDED HORNERO (Furnarius figulus) - One on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th and two at the wetland reserve on the 12th were the only records.
RUFOUS HORNERO (Furnarius rufus) - Seen commonly in any suitable habitat.
RUFOUS CAPPED SPINETAIL (Synallaxis ruficapilla) - Up to two daily on three dates.
SPIX’S SPINETAIL (Synallaxis spixi) - One at the National Park on the 11th was the only record.
PALLID SPINETAIL (Cranioleuca pallida) - Up to three daily on three dates.
YELLOW CHINNED SPINETAIL (Certhiaxis cinnamomea) - One on the Jacamar excursion and one at the wetland reserve were the only records.
COMMON THORNBIRD (Phacellodomus rufifrons) - Four on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
RED-EYED THORNBIRD (Phacellodomus erythrophthalmus) - Four on the high altitude excursion on the 9th were the only records.
FIREWOOD-GATHERER (Anumbius annumbi) - One on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th was the only record.
STREAKED XENOPS (Xenops rutilans) - One at the lodge on the 8th and one on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
PLAIN XENOPS (Xenops minutus) - One at the National Park on the 10th was the only record.
BUFF FRONTED FOLIAGE GLEANER (Philydor rufus) - One on the Theodora trail on the 10th and one on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
BLACK-CAPPED FOLIAGE-GLEANER (Philydor atricapillus) - Singles on two dates at the lodge.
BUFF-BROWED FOLIAGE-GLEANER (Syndactyla rufosuperciliata) - Up to two daily on three dates.
WHITE-COLLARED FOLIAGE-GLEANER (Anabezenops leucophthalmus) - Heard only, at the National Park on the 11th.
WHITE-BROWED FOLIAGE-GLEANER (Anabacerthia amaurotis) - Three on the Theodora trail and three at the National Park were the only records.
WHITE-EYED FOLIAGE-GLEANER (Automolus leucophthalamus) - One at the lodge on the 12th was the only record.
TAWNY-THROATED LEAFTOSSER (Sclerurus mexicanus) - Two at the National Park on the 11th and one at the lodge on the 12th were the only records.
SHARP TAILED STREAMCREEPER (Lochnias nematura) - The breeding pair was regularly seen at the lodge.
THRUSH-LIKE WOODCREEPER (Dendrocincla turdina) - One at the lodge on the 8th was the only record.
OLIVACEOUS WOODCREEPER (Sittasomus griseicapillus) - Recorded almost daily in suitable habitat.
LESSER WOODCREEPER (Lepidocolaptes fuscus) - Singles on three dates.
SCALED WOODCREEPER (Lepidocolaptes squamatus) - One at the lodge on the 8th was the only record.
LARGE-TAILED ANTSHRIKE(Mackenziaena leachii) - Heard only, on the high altitude excursion on the 9th.
RUFOUS-CAPPED ANTSHRIKE (Thamnophilus ruficapillus) - One on the high altitude excursion on the 9th was the only record.
CHESTNUT-BACKED ANTSHRIKE (Thamnophilus palliates) - One at the lodge on the 7th and two at the wetland reserve on the 12th were the only records.
SOORETAMA SLATY-ANTSHRIKE (Thamnophilus ambiguous) - One at the wetland reserve on the 12th was the only record.
VARIABLE ANTSHRIKE (Thamnophilus caerulescens) - Recorded on three dates.
SPOT BREASTED ANTVIREO (Dysithamnus stictothorax) - Recorded on three dates.
PLAIN ANTVIREO (Dysithamnus mentalis) - Seen or heard on most forested excursions.
RUFOUS-BACKED ANTVIREO (Dysithamnus xanthopterus) - One on the Theodora trail and four at the National Park were the only records.

STAR THROATED ANTWREN (Myrmotherula gularis) - Heard or seen on most days in forested habitat.
WHITE-FLANKED ANTWREN (Myrmotherula axillaries) - One at the wetland reserve on the 12th was the only record.
UNICOLOURED ANTWREN (Myrmotherula unicolor) - A single at the lodge on the 12th was the only record.
FERRUGINOUS ANTBIRD (Drymophila ferruginea) - One at the lodge on the 8th and one on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
BERTONIS ANTBIRD (Drymophila rubricollis) - One on the Theodora trail on the 10th was the only record.
RUFOUS-TAILED ANTBIRD (Drymophila genei) - One on the high altitude excursion on the 9th was the only record.
DUSKY-TAILED ANTBIRD (Drymophila malura) - One on the high altitude excursion on the 9th was the only record.
SCALED ANTBIRD (Drymophila squamata) - Two at the lodge on the 8th were the only records.
STREAK-CAPPED ANTWREN (Terenura maculata) - Heard or seen on most days in forested habitat.
WHITE SHOULDERED FIRE EYE (Pyriglena leucoptera) - Heard or seen on most days in forested habitat.
BRAZILIAN ANTTHRUSH (Chamaeza ruficauda) - Heard only, on the high altitude excursion on the 9th.
RUFOUS GNATEATER (Conopophaga lineate) - One on the Theodora trail on the 10th and one at the lodge, also on the 10th.
BLACK CHEEKED GNATEATER (Conopophaga melanops) - Seen or heard on most forested excursions.
SLATY BRISTLEFRONT (Merulaxis ater) - Heard only, on the Theodora trail on the 10th.
SERRA DO MAR TAPACULO (Scytalopus notorious) - One on the high altitude excursion on the 9th was the only record.
SWALLOW TAILED COTINGA (Phibalura flavirostris) - One on the high altitude excursion on the 9th was the only record.
BLACK-AND-GOLD COTINGA (Tijuca atra) - Heard at the National Park and four seen on the high altitude excursion.
HOODED BERRYEATER (Carpornis cucullatus) - Heard only, at the National Park on the 11th.
WHITE-BEARDED MANAKIN (Manacus manacus) - Five at the wetland reserve and one on the Jacamar excursion were the only records.
BLUE MANAKIN (Chiroxiphia caudata) - Recorded on all trips into the forest, giving very pleasing views on several occasions.
PIN-TAILED MANAKIN (Ilicura militaris) - One on the Theodora trail and one on the Jacamar excursion were the only records.
SOUTHERN BEARDLESS TYRANNULET (Camptostoma obsoletum) - Three on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
YELLOW TYRANNULET (Capsiempis flaveola) - One on the Jacamar excursion and two at the wetland reserve were the only records.
WHITE-CRESTED TYRANNULET (Serpophaga subcristata) - One on the high altitude trail on the 9th was the only record.
OLIVACEOUS ELAENIA (Elaenia obscura) - One on the Theodora trail on the 10th was the only record.
YELLOW-BELLIED ELAENIA (Elaenia flavogaster) - One on the Jacamar excursion and two at the wetland reserve were the only records.
GREY-HOODED FLYCATCHER (Mionectes rufiventris) - Three at the lodge on the 10th and one on the Jacamar excursion were the only records.
SEPIA CAPPED FLYCATCHER (Leptopogon amaurocephalus) – Up to five daily on four dates.
MOTTLE CHEEKED TYRANNULET (Phylloscartes ventralis) – Up to three daily on three dates.
SERRA DO MAR TYRANNULET (Phylloscartes difficilis) - One on the high altitude excursion on the 9th was the only record.
PLANALTO TYRANNULET (Phyllomyias fasciatus) - Two on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
GREY-CAPPED TYRANNULET (Phyllomyias griseocapilla) - One on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th was the only record.
EARED PYGMY-TYRANT (Myiornis auricularis) - One at the lodge on the 8th was the only record.
EYE-RINGED TODY-TYRANT (Hemitriccus orbitatus) - One at the lodge on the 8th and one at the National Park on the 11th were the only records.
OCHRE-FACED TODY-FLYCATCHER (Todirostrum plumbeiceps) - One on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th was the only record.
YELLOW LORED TODY FLYCATCHER (Todirostrum poliocephalum) - Singles on three dates.
COMMON TODY-FLYCATCHER (Todirostrum cinereum) - Two at the wetland reserve on the 12th were the only records.
YELLOW OLIVE FLYCATCHER (Tolmomyias sulphurescens) - One of the commonest flycatchers being seen or heard almost daily.
WHITE THROATED SPADEBILL (Platyrinchus mystaceus) - Seen or heard on four dates.
BRAN COLORED FLYCATCHER (Myiophobus fasciatus) - One on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th was the only record.
WHISKERED FLYCATCHER (Myiobius barbatus) - Singles on three dates.
CLIFF FLYCATCHER (Hirundinea ferruginea) - Two on the high altitude excursion on the 9th were the only records.
EULER’S FLYCATCHER (Lathrotriccus euleri) - One on the high altitude excursion on the 9th was the only record.
GREY MONJITA (Xolmis cinerea) - One on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th was the only record.
WHITE-RUMPED MONJITA (Xolmis velata) - One on the Jacamar excursion and two on the drive to the wetland reserve were the only records.
BLUE-BILLED BLACK-TYRANT (Knipolegus cyanirostris) - One on the Theodora trail on the 10th was the only record.
VELVETY BLACK-TYRANT (Knipolegus nigerrimus) - One on the high altitude excursion on the 9th was the only record.
MASKED WATER TYRANT (Fluvicola nengeta) - Recorded daily at the lodge and on several of the excursions.
WHITE-HEADED MARSH-TYRANT (Arundicola leucocephala) - Three at the wetland reserve on the 12th were the only records.
STREAMER-TAILED TYRANT (Gubernetes yetapa) - Six were seen on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th.
LONG-TAILED TYRANT (Colonia colonus) - Three were seen on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th.
CATTLE TYRANT (Machetornis rixosus) - One or twos on three dates.
SHEAR-TAILED GREY TYRANT (Muscipipra vetula) - Three on the high altitude excursion and two on the Jacamar excursion were the only records.
SWAINSON’S FLYCATCHER (Myiarchus swainsoni) - One on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th was the only record.
SHORT-CRESTED FLYCATCHER (Myiarchus ferox) - Singles at the wetland reserve and on the Jacamar excursion were the only records.
GREAT KISKADEE (Pitangus sulphuratus) - Recorded daily from any suitable habitat.
BOAT-BILLED FLYCATCHER (Megarhyncus pitangua) - Recorded at the lodge on the three dates.
SOCIAL FLYCATCHER (Myiozetetes similis) - Recorded almost daily from any suitable habitat.
STREAKED FLYCATCHER (Myiodynastes maculates) - Recorded almost daily at the lodge and on several of the excursions.
VARIEGATED FLYCATCHER (Empidonomus varius) - Ones or twos on three dates.
TROPICAL KINGBIRD (Tyrannus melancholicus) - Recorded daily from any suitable habitat.
FORK-TAILED FLYCATCHER (Tyrannus savana) - Two on the drive to the National Park and one at the wetland reserve were the only records.
BLACK-CROWNED TITYRA (Tityra inquisitor) - One on the high altitude excursion on the 9th was the only record.
GREENISH SCHIFFORNIS (Schiffornis virescens) - Heard only, on the Theodora trail on the 10th.
CHESTNUT CROWNED BECARD (Pachyramphus castaneus) - Up to two daily on four dates.
GREEN-BACKED BECARD (Pachyramphus viridis) - One on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th was the only record.
WHITE-WINGED BECARD (Pachyramphus polychopterus) - Heard on the Jacamar excursion and one seen at the wetland reserve.
CRESTED BECARD (Pachyramphus validus) - One at the lodge on the 10th was the only record.
SHARPBILL (Oxyruncus cristatus) - Heard only, at the National Park on the 11th.

GREY-BREASTED MARTIN (Progne chalybea) - Seen at the airport on the 7th.


BLUE AND WHITE SWALLOW (Pygochelidon cyanoleuca) - Recorded daily from suitable habitats.
SOUTHERN ROUGH WINGED SWALLOW (Stelgidopteryx ruficollis) - Recorded almost daily from suitable habitats.
BANK SWALLOW (Riparia riparia) - Several at the wetland reserve on the 12th.
BARN SWALLOW (Hirundo rustica) - One at the wetland reserve on the 12th.
BLACK-CAPPED DONACOBIUS (Donacobius atricapillus) - Two on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
MOUSTACHED WREN (Thryothorus genibarbis) - Heard only, at the wetland reserve on the 12th.
LONG BILLED WREN (Thryothorus longirostris) - One at the wetland reserve on the 12th was the only record.
HOUSE WREN (Troglodytes aedon) - Recorded daily from any suitable habitat.
CHALK-BROWED MOCKINGBIRD (Mimus saturninus) - Common in any open scrubland habitat.
RUFOUS-BELLIED THRUSH (Turdus rufiventris) - Recorded daily from any suitable habitat.
PALE-BREASTED THRUSH (Turdus leucomelas) - Recorded most days at the lodge and on several of the excursions.
CREAMY-BELLIED THRUSH (Turdus amaurochalinus) - One at the lodge on the 14th was the only record.
COMMON WAXBILL (Estrilda astrild) - Four at the wetland reserve and eight on the Jacamar excursion were the only records.
RED-EYED VIREO (Vireo olivaceus) - One at the lodge on the 8th was the only record.
RUFOUS-CROWNED GREENLET (Hylophilus poecilotis) - Up to three daily on three dates.
RUFOUS-BROWED PEPPERSHRIKE (Cyclarhis gujanensis) - Recorded almost daily from suitable forest habitat.
TROPICAL PARULA (Parula pitiayumi) - Heard only, at the lodge.
MASKED YELLOWTHROAT (Geothlypis aequinoctialis) - One on the Theodora trail on the 10th was the only record.
GOLDEN CROWNED WARBLER (Basileuterus culicivorus) - Recorded almost daily from any suitable forested habitat.
WHITE RIMMED WARBLER (Basileuterus leucoblepharus) - Up to two daily on three dates.
BANANAQUIT (Coereba flaveola) - Recorded daily from many locations.
CHESTNUT-VENTED CONEBILL (Conirostrum speciosum) - Up to six daily on three dates.
BROWN TANAGER (Orchesticus abeillei) - Two at the National Park on the 11th were the only records.
CINNAMON TANAGER (Schistochlamys ruficapillus) - Two on the high altitude excursion on the 9th were the only records.
YELLOW-BACKED TANAGER (Hemithraupis flavicollis) - Four at the lodge on the 8th and two at the wetland reserve on the 13th were the only records.
FLAME CRESTED TANAGER (Tachyphonus cristatus) - Four at the lodge on the 8th and six at the National Park on the 11th were the only records.
RUBY CROWNED TANAGER (Tachyphonus coronatus) - Recorded almost daily in the lodge grounds and other locations.
BLACK GOGGLED TANAGER (Trichothraupis melanops) - Recorded almost daily in small numbers in suitable forest habitat.
RED CROWNED ANT TANAGER (Habia rubica) - One at the National Park on the 11th was the only record.
BRAZILIAN TANAGER (Ramphocelus bresilius) - Recorded daily within the grounds of the lodge.
SAYACA TANAGER (Thraupis sayaca) - Recorded daily in the grounds of the lodge and various other locations.
AZURE-SHOULDERED TANAGER (Thraupis cyanoptera) - One on the Theodora trail on the 10th was the only record.
GOLDEN CHEVRONED TANAGER (Thraupis ornata) - Recorded almost daily from any forested habitat and at the lodge garden.
PALM TANAGER (Thraupis palmarum) - Recorded almost daily within the grounds of the lodge.
DIADEMED TANAGER (Stephanophorus diadematus) - Ten on the high altitude excursion on the 9th were the only records.
VIOLACEOUS EUPHONIA (Euphonia violacea) - Commonly recorded on the feeders at the lodge.
ORANGE BELLIED EUPHONIA (Euphonia. xanthogaster) - Commonly recorded on the feeders at the lodge.
CHESTNUT BELLIED EUPHONIA (Euphonia pectoralis) - Commonly recorded on the feeders at the lodge.
GREEN HEADED TANAGER (Tangara seledon) - Recorded most days from the feeders by the lodge and in suitable lowland forest habitats.
RED NECKED TANAGER (Tangara cyanocephala) - Recorded regularly within the grounds of the lodge and in suitable lowland forest habitats.
BRASSY BREASTED TANAGER (Tangara desmaresti) - Up to twenty daily on three dates.
GILT-EDGED TANAGER (Tangara cyanoventris) - Four on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
BURNISHED BUFF TANAGER (Tangara cayana) - Recorded almost daily on the feeders by the lodge and from suitable forested habitat.
BLUE DACNIS (Dacnis cayana) - Recorded almost daily in small numbers.
GREEN HONEYCREEPER (Chlorophanes spiza) - One at the lodge on the 14th was the only record.
SWALLOW TANAGER (Tersina viridis) - Fifteen at the wetland reserve on the 12th and three on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
BLUE-BLACK GRASSQUIT (Volatinia jacarina) - Recorded in small numbers from suitable farmland habitats.
BAY-CHESTED WARBLING FINCH (Poospiza thoracica) - One on the high altitude excursion on the 9th was the only record.
DOUBLE-COLLARED SEEDEATER (Sporophila caerulescens) - Recorded in small numbers from suitable farmland habitats.
LINED SEEDEATER (Sporophila lineola) - Heard only, at the wetland reserve on the 12th.
SOOTY GRASSQUIT (Tiaris fuliginosa) - One on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th was the only record.
UNIFORM FINCH (Haplospiza unicolor) - Six on the high altitude excursion on the 9th and one at the National Park on the 11th were the only records.
SAFFRON FINCH (Sicalis flaveola) - Recorded daily from any suitable habitat.
HALF-COLLARED SPARROW (Arremon semitorquatus) - One on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th was the only record.
RUFOUS COLLARED SPARROW (Zonotrichia capensis) - Small numbers were recorded on several dates.
BLACK-THROATED GROSBEAK (Pitylus fuliginosus) - One at the lodge on the 10th was the only record.
WHITE-BROWED BLACKBIRD (Sturnella superciliaris) - Two on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
CHESTNUT-CAPPED BLACKBIRD (Agelaius ruficapillus) - Recorded at the wetland and Jacamar excursions.
SHINY COWBIRD (Molothrus bonariensis) - Small numbers were recorded on several dates from a variety of habitats.
CRESTED OROPENDOLA (Psarocolius decumanus) - Two at the lodge on the 8th and one on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
RED RUMPED CACIQUE (Cacicus haemorrhous) - Heard only, at the wetland reserve on the 12th.
CHOPI BLACKBIRD (Gnorimopsar chopi) - Eight on the Jacamar excursion on the 13th were the only records.
HOODED SISKIN (Carduelis magellanica) - Two on the high altitude excursion on the 9th were the only records.
HOUSE SPARROW (Passer domesticus) - Some were seen.

Appendix; Most popular birds seen by the group.


BLOND-CRESTED WOODPECKER 8 VOTES 20 POINTS

SPOT-BILLED TOUCANET 6 VOTES 16 POINTS


RED-LEGGED SERIEMA 3 VOTES 6 POINTS

GREEN-HEADED TANAGER 3 VOTES 5 POINTS


SLATY-BELLIED WOOD-RAIL 1 VOTE 3 POINTS

UNIFORM FINCH 1 VOTE 3 POINTS


BLUE MANAKIN 2 VOTES 2 POINTS

MAROON-BELLIED PARAKEET 1 VOTE 2 POINTS

THREE-TOED JACAMAR 1 VOTE 2 POINTS

TOCO TOUCAN 1 VOTE 2 POINTS

BRAZILIAN TANAGER 1 VOTE 2 POINTS

RED-NECKED TANAGER 1 VOTE 2 POINTS


BURROWING OWL 1 VOTE 1 POINT

GLITTERING-BELLIED EMERALD 1 VOTE 1 POINT

BLACK-THROATED TROGON 1 VOTE 1 POINT

SURUCUA TROGON 1 VOTE 1 POINT

BLACK-CHEEKED GNATEATER 1 VOTE 1 POINT

GILT-EDGED TANAGER 1 VOTE 1 POINT



SWALLOW TANAGER 1 VOTE 1 POINT


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