8 October 2013

REGUA, Atlantic Forest, Brazil: 8 October

Spent the day birding an area of REGUA known as Waldenoor. A male White-shouldered Fire-eye and a pair of Black-tailed Tityra were the highlights on a rather quiet visit. Other birds noted include 2 Blue-winged Parrotlet, several Plain Parakeet, 4 Scaly-headed Parrot, 1 Grey-rumped Swift, 2 Saw-billed Hermit, 1m Rufous-tailed Jacamar, 1m White-flanked Antwren, 2 Streak-capped Antwren, 1 Plain-winged Woodcreeper, 1 Grey-hooded Flycatcher, 1 Sepia-capped Flycatcher, 1 Planalto Tyrannulet, 1 Yellow-olive Flycatcher, 1 Streaked Flycatcher, 1 Variegated Flycatcher, 2 Large-headed Flatbill, 2m Blue Manakin, 4 Chestnut-crowned Becard (including a pair at a nest), 2(1H) Red-eyed Vireo, 1 Bananaquit, 1+f Black-goggled Tanager, 1m Ruby-crowned Tanager, 2 Azure-shouldered Tanager, Golden-chevroned Tanager, 3 Green-headed Tanager, 7+ Red-necked Tanager, 1m Yellow-backed Tanager, 2m Blue Dacnis, 3 Violaceous Euphonia, 1 pr Orange-bellied Euphonia and 1 pr Chestnut-bellied Euphonia. Also, 2 White-eared Puffbird, 2 Cliff Flycatcher and a Fork-tailed Flycatcher were noted on the dirt road from Matumbo to Waldenoor.

Female Black-tailed Tityra

Female Black-tailed Tityra

Huge longhorn beetle sp. I hope to find out which species soon.

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