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N 18 B 166 C 4 E Mar 11, 2022 F Oct 4, 2022
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Small owl, active during the day and night. Very similar in plumage to other pygmy-owls; note elevation within very limited range in western Ecuador and Colombia. Found at higher elevations than Central American Pygmy-Owl and lower elevations than Andean Pygmy-Owl. Overall brown to rufous with white stripes on belly and small white spots on crown. Sexes alike. Quite rare. Found singly or in pairs in montane forests.

This one was photographed in Colombia guided by Neotropic Photo Tours.

N 8 B 103 C 0 E Mar 11, 2022 F Oct 4, 2022
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Beautiful tanager restricted to Colombia’s western Andes. It is one of the country’s most sought-after endemic birds due to its unique plumage and scarcity. Yellow head crescent, mustache, and breast patch stand out conspicuously against its otherwise black, olive, and blue color pattern. Females and young birds are duller than adult males. Inhabits wet cloud forest, and sometimes joins mixed species flocks. Often perches on an exposed branch, repeatedly giving a burst of sharp notes that rises and then falls.

This one was photographed in Colombia guided by Neotropic Photo Tours.

N 18 B 155 C 0 E Mar 1, 2022 F Oct 3, 2022
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Large and dazzling hummingbird found in the Andes of northern Colombia and barely into western Venezuela. Males look dark at a distance, but are unmistakable in good light: dark blackish head and breast with a green forecrown, a purplish-blue throat patch, and a glittering purplish-pink belly. On females, look for a buffy throat, a purplish-pink belly, and a long straight bill. Occurs in montane forests, edges, and gardens.

This one was photographed in Colombia guided by Neotropic Photo Tours.

N 15 B 186 C 0 E Mar 1, 2022 F Oct 3, 2022
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Large and dazzling hummingbird found in the Andes of northern Colombia and barely into western Venezuela. Males look dark at a distance, but are unmistakable in good light: dark blackish head and breast with a green forecrown, a purplish-blue throat patch, and a glittering purplish-pink belly. On females, look for a buffy throat, a purplish-pink belly, and a long straight bill. Occurs in montane forests, edges, and gardens.

This one was photographed in Colombia guided by Neotropic Photo Tours.

N 16 B 122 C 2 E Mar 1, 2022 F Oct 3, 2022
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Large, dark-brown hummingbird with lilac-gold iridescent lower back and rump. Like other sunbeams, it has a proportionally short bill for a hummingbird. Inhabits high elevation, semi-arid montane ridges and cloud forests.

This one was photographed in Colombia guided by Neotropic Photo Tours.


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