ECUADOR PART THREE:

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SPECIES ACCOUNTS

PART FOUR

 

 

Abbreviations of Birding sites

 

C= Coast surrounding hotel

GU= Guacamayos Ridge

MI= Mindo Valley

IP= Isla de la Plata

LR= Loreto Road

TA= Tandayapa & Bella Vista Area

AY= Ayampe River

EP= El Para Reserve

MP= Milpe Bird Sanctuary

PA= Papallacta

YA= Yanacocha

LG= Las Grallarias Reserve

GL= Guango Lodge

NM= Old Nono-Mindo Road

CA= Calicali

SI= San Isidro Lodge

PVM= Pedro Vicente Maldonado

SP= Septimo Paraiso

 

 

Between brackets = approx. numbers of birds recorded

(h) = heard only *= Tumbesian Endemic  #= Choco Endemic

List follows the plate numbers of the Field Guide of The Birds of Ecuador

 

  1.  

Little Tinamou (h)

EP, PVM

  1.  

Undulated Tinamou (h)

EP

  1.  

Waved Albatross (1)

IP

  1.  

Wedge-rumped Storm-petrel (20)

IP

  1.  

Black Storm-petrel (2)

IP

  1.  

Red-billed Tropicbird (6)

IP

  1.  

Blue-footed Booby (100+)

IP

  1.  

Nazca Booby (50+)

IP

  1.  

Brown Pelican (100+)

C

  1.  

Peruvian Pelican (1)

C

  1.  

Neotropic Cormorant (20+)

C, AY

  1.  

Magnificant Frigatebird (200+)

C

  1.  

Striated Heron (3)

AY

  1.  

Snowy Egret (20+)

C, AY

  1.  

Rufescent Tiger-heron (2)

AY

  1.  

Yellow-crowned Night-heron (19)

C, AY

  1.  

Cattle Egret (50+)

C, AY, PVM, MI, MP

  1.  

Cocoi Heron (3)

C, AY

  1.  

Great Egret (10)

C, AY

  1.  

Pied-billed Grebe (1)

AY

  1.  

Andean Teal (1)

PA

  1.  

Yellow-billed Pintail (6)

PA

  1.  

Andean Ruddy-duck (10)

PA

  1.  

Andean Condor (1)

YA (by Roland)

  1.  

Greater Yellow-headed Vulture (1)

EP

  1.  

Turkey Vulture (40+)

Common throughout

  1.  

Black Vulture (100+)

Common throughout

  1.  

Swallow-tailed Kite (1)

PVM

  1.  

Plumbeous Kite (1)

EP

  1.  

Gray-backed Hawk* (2)

AY

  1.  

Variable Hawk (1)

YA

  1.  

Gray Hawk (1)

AY

  1.  

Roadside Hawk (10+)

GL, LR, EP, MP

  1.  

White-throated Hawk (3)

YA, CA

  1.  

Black-chested Buzzard-eagle (3)

PA, YA

  1.  

Barred Forest-falcon (1)

TA by Roland

  1.  

Collared Forest-falcon (1)

LG

  1.  

Harris’s Hawk (2)

C during drive to Manta

  1.  

Black Caracara (2)

EP

  1.  

Carunculated Caracara (3)

PA

  1.  

Crested Caracara (6)

C around Guayaquil

  1.  

Laughing Falcon (1)

AY

  1.  

Orange-breasted Falcon (1)

LR

  1.  

American Kestrel (5)

YA, TA, CA

  1.  

Speckled Chachalaca (3)

EP

  1.  

Wattled Guan# (1)

PVM

  1.  

Sickle-winged Guan (2)

TA, LG

  1.  

Rufous-fronted Wood-Quail (h)

PVM

  1.  

Dark-backed Wood-Quail #(2)

LG

  1.  

Rufous-bellied Seedsnipe (h)

PA

  1.  

Wattled Jacana (2)

AY

  1.  

Gray-breasted Crake (h)

LR

  1.  

Brown Wood-Rail# (h)

PVM

  1.  

Common Gallinule (5)

C, AY

  1.  

Andean Coot (3)

PA

  1.  

Southern Lapwing (5)

SI

  1.  

Whimbrel (3)

C

  1.  

Black-necked Stilt (5)

C

  1.  

Wilson’s Plover (1)

C

  1.  

Least Sandpiper (2)

C at saltponds

  1.  

Western Sandpiper (4)

C at saltponds

  1.  

Sanderling (1)

C

  1.  

Wilson’s Phalarope (300+)

C at saltponds

  1.  

Spotted Sandpiper (10)

C, AY, MI

  1.  

Gray Gull (1)

C

  1.  

Gray-headed Gull (20+)

C

  1.  

Andean Gull (2)

PA

  1.  

Band-tailed Pigeon (5)

YA, TA, LG

  1.  

Plumbeous Pigeon (6)

TA

  1.  

Ruddy Pigeon (7)

AY, MP

  1.  

Dusky Pigeon # (h)

PVM

  1.  

White-throated Quail-Dove (1)

TA

  1.  

Eared Dove (20+)

Common around Quito

  1.  

Ecuadorian Ground-Dove* (3)

C

  1.  

Croaking Ground-Dove (10+)

C around Puerto Lopez

  1.  

Pallid Dove # (1)

PVM

  1.  

White-tipped Dove (30+)

C, AY, MI, TA

  1.  

Gray-fronted Dove (1)

EP

  1.  

Pacific Parrotlet * (30+)

C

  1.  

Dusky-billed Parotlet (12)

EP

  1.  

Barred Parakeet (h)

TA (seen by Edison)

  1.  

Cobalt-winged Parakeet (20+)

LR, EP

  1.  

Maroon-tailed Parakeet (16)

LR

  1.  

Dusky-headed Parakeet (5)

EP

  1.  

Red-masked Parakeet * (1)

C

  1.  

White-eyed Parakeet (15+)

LR

  1.  

Blue-headed Parrot (8)

LR, EP

  1.  

Red-billed Parrot (20+)

MI, MP, TA

  1.  

White-capped Parrot (10+)

GL, SI

  1.  

Bronze-winged Parrot (20)

AY, PVM, MP

  1.  

Scaly-naped Parrot (3)

GU

  1.  

Little Cuckoo (2)

MP

  1.  

Squirrel Cuckoo (15+)

Present at most sites

  1.  

Smooth-billed Ani (50+)

Common at lower altitudes in north

  1.  

Groove-billed Ani (30+)

C where common

  1.  

Striped Cuckoo (1)

PVM by Roland

  1.  

Pacific Pygmy-Owl * (2)

C

  1.  

Black-and-White Owl (1)

SP

  1.  

San Isidro Owl (1)

SI

  1.  

Mottled Owl (h)

SP

  1.  

Rufous-banded Owl (h)

SI

  1.  

Andean Potoo (h)

SI

  1.  

Lyre-tailed Nightjar (3)

LR

  1.  

Rufous-bellied Nighthawk (10)

SI, MI

  1.  

Anthoney’s Nightjar * (1)

C

  1.  

White-collared Swift (100+)

foothills and subtropics

  1.  

Chestnut-collared Swift (5)

SI, EP

  1.  

Gray-rumped Swift (40)

SI, LR

  1.  

Short-tailed Swift (3)

LR

  1.  

Lesser Swallow-tailed Swift (4)

PVM

  1.  

White-tipped Swift (30)

SI

  1.  

Rufous-breasted Hermit (1)

EP

  1.  

White-whiskered Hermit # (3)

PVM, MP

  1.  

Green Hermit (1)

LR

  1.  

Tawny-bellied Hermit (5)

SI, MP, TA, LG

  1.  

Baron’s Hermit * (4)

C, AY

  1.  

Straight-billed Hermit (2)

EP

  1.  

Gray-chinned Hermit (1)

EP

  1.  

Purple-bibbed Whitetip # (5)

YA, TA, LG

  1.  

Green-fronted Lancebill (1)

LR

  1.  

Speckled Hummingbird (10+)

SI, GU, MI,TA,LG

  1.  

Violet-headed Hummingbird (2)

EP

  1.  

Wire-crested Thorntail (1)

LR (female)

  1.  

Green Thorntail (2)

PVM, MP

  1.  

Purple-backed Thorntail (2)

GL

  1.  

Booted Racket-tail (15+)

MI,TA,LG

  1.  

Purple-throated Woodstar (4)

MI, TA, LG

  1.  

White-bellied Woodstar (4)

GL

  1.  

Gorgeted Woodstar (1)

GL

  1.  

Short-tailed Woodstar * (2)

IP

  1.  

Gray-breasted Sabrewing (1)

EP

  1.  

Napo Sabrewing (1)

LR

  1.  

Black-eared Fairy (2)

LR, EP

  1.  

Purple-crowned Fairy (1)

PVM

  1.  

White-necked Jacobin (5)

MP, SP

  1.  

Brown Violet-ear (2)

SP

  1.  

Green Violet-ear (3)

GL, TA, LG

  1.  

Sparkling Violet-ear (10)

SI, GU, MI, TA

  1.  

Fawn-breasted Brilliant (15+)

SI, GU, MI, TA, LG

  1.  

Violet-fronted Brilliant (1)

LR (female)

  1.  

Green-crowned Brilliant (10)

SP, MI, MP

  1.  

Empress Brilliant #(2)

MP

  1.  

Long-billed Starthroat (5)

AY, LR, PVM, MP

  1.  

Black-throated Mango (1)

EP

  1.  

Many-spotted Hummingbird (1)

LR

  1.  

Rufous-tailed Hummingbird (20+)

AY, SP, MI, PVM, MP

  1.  

Amazilia Hummingbird (5)

C, AY

  1.  

Andean Emerald (10+)

SP, MI, PVM, TA, MP

  1.  

Blue-chinned Sapphire (1)

EP

  1.  

Golden-tailed Sapphire (1)

LR

  1.  

Green-crowned Woodnymph (8)

PVM, MP

  1.  

Fork-tailed Woodnymph (2)

LR

  1.  

Violet-bellied Hummingbird (1)

PVM (female)

  1.  

Western Emerald # (3)

SP, TA

  1.  

Ecuadorian Hillstar # (1)

YA by Roland

  1.  

White-tailed Hillstar (3)

GU, LG

  1.  

Shining Sunbeam (8)

PA, GL, YA

  1.  

Great Sapphirewing (8)

YA

  1.  

Sword-billed Hummingbird (8)

GL, YA

  1.  

Bronzy Inca (4)

SI, GU

  1.  

Brown Inca # (5)

YA, MI, TA, LG

  1.  

Collared Inca (10+)

GL, SI, GU, TA, LG

  1.  

Buff-winged Starfrontlet (10)

GL, YA

  1.  

Black-tailed Trainbearer (2)

YA and LG by Roland

  1.  

Long-tailed Sylph (15+)

GL, SI, GU

  1.  

Violet-tailed Sylph # (10)

SP, MI, TA, LG

  1.  

Buff-tailed Coronet (5)

MI, TA, LG

  1.  

Chestnut-breasted Coronet (10)

GL, SI, GU

  1.  

Velvet-purple Coronet # (3)

YA, MI, LG

  1.  

Mountain Velvet-breast (8)

GL, YA

  1.  

Glowing Puffleg (2)

GL

  1.  

Sapphire-vented Puffleg (4)

YA

  1.  

Golden-breasted Puffleg (4)

YA

  1.  

Mountain Avocetbill (1)

GL

  1.  

Tyrian Metaltail (10+)

PA, GL, YA

  1.  

Blue-mantled Thornbill (3)

GL

  1.  

Rainbow-bearded Thornbill (2)

YA

  1.  

Gorgeted Sunangel # (3)

MP, TA

  1.  

Tourmaline Sunangel (10+)

GL

  1.  

Ecuadorian Trogon # (1)

PVM

  1.  

Choco Trogon # (1)

PVM

  1.  

Amazonian White-tailed Trogon (1)

EP

  1.  

Amazonian Violaceous Trogon (1)

EP

  1.  

Northern Viloaceous Trogon (4)

AY

  1.  

Collared Trogon (6)

LR, EP

  1.  

Masked Trogon (4)

SI, MI, TA

  1.  

Crimson-crested Woodpecker (1)

LR

  1.  

Guayaquil Woodpeck * (1)

AY by Roland

  1.  

Powerful Woodpecker (1)

TA

  1.  

Crested Quetzal (2)

SI

  1.  

Golden-headed Quetzal (4)

SI, GU, NM

  1.  

Ringed Kingfisher (5)

AY

  1.  

Green Kingfisher (5)

AY, PVM

  1.  

Broad-billed Motmot (2)

PVM

  1.  

Rufous Momot (1)

SP

  1.  

Highland Motmot (h)

SI

  1.  

Turquoise Jay (5)

GL, NM

  1.  

Beautiful Jay # (1)

NM

  1.  

Violaceous Jay (10+)

LR, EP

  1.  

Inca Jay (10)

SI around lodge

  1.  

White-tailed Jay * (3)

C during drive to Alandaluz

  1.  

Purplish Jacamar (1)

EP

  1.  

Orange-fronted Barbet (4)

PVM

  1.  

Gilded Barbet (h)

LR

  1.  

Red-headed Barbet (8)

LR, PVM, MP

  1.  

Toucan Barbet # (4)

TA

  1.  

Barred Puffbird (h)

LR

  1.  

White-fronted Nunbird (2)

EP

  1.  

Crimson-rumped Toucanet (3)

TA, LG

  1.  

Chestnut-tipped Toucanet (1)

LR

  1.  

Emerald Toucanet (1)

SI

  1.  

Golden-collared Toucanet (1)

EP in flight

  1.  

Pale-mandibled Toucanet # (2)

MP

  1.  

Lettered Aracari (1)

EP in flight

  1.  

Plate-billed Mountain-Toucan # (5)

TA

  1.  

Black-billed Mountain-Toucan (2)

GU

  1.  

Choco Toucan # (5)

PVM, MP

  1.  

Crimson-mantled Woodpecker (9)

SI, NM, LG

  1.  

Golden-olive Woodpecker (8)

AY, LR, EP, PVM, MP

  1.  

Olivaceous Piculet (2)

AY, PVM

  1.  

Lafresnaye’s Piculet (2)

LR

  1.  

Ecuadorian Piculet * (2)

C, AY

  1.  

Spot-breasted Woodpecker (2)

LR

  1.  

Bar-bellied Woodpecker (1)

YA

  1.  

Yellow-vented Woodpecker (4)

SI, LG

  1.  

Little Woodpecker (2)

LR, EP

  1.  

Choco Woodpecker # (1)

PVM

  1.  

Red-rumped Woodpecker (1)

PVM

  1.  

Smoky-brown Woodpecker (3)

LR, MP

  1.  

Scarlet-backed Woodpecker * (3)

AY, MP

  1.  

Black-cheeked Woodpecker (10)

PVM common

  1.  

Yellow-tufted Woodpecker (1)

EP

  1.  

Red-billed Scythebill (1)

C

  1.  

Greater Scythebill (1)

GU

  1.  

Tyrannine Woodcreeper (1)

GU

  1.  

Plain-brown Woodcreeper (2)

EP, PVM

  1.  

Wedge-billed Woodcreeper (2)

PVM, MP

  1.  

Olivaceous Woodcreeper (2)

LR, EP

  1.  

Cinnamon-throated Woodcreeper (1)

EP

  1.  

Strong-billed Woodcreeper (4)

GU, LG

  1.  

Northern Barred-Woodcreeper (1)

PVM

  1.  

Spix’s Woodcreeper (1)

EP

  1.  

Black-striped Woodcreeper (2)

PVM

  1.  

Spotted Woodcreeper (4)

MP

  1.  

Streak-headed Woodcreeper (3)

C, PVM

  1.  

Montane Woodcreeper (10+)

SI, GU, NM, TA, LG

  1.  

Azara’s Spinetail (4)

SI, TA, LG

  1.  

Dusky Spinetail (1)

LR

  1.  

Slaty Spinetail (3)

C, AY, PVM

  1.  

Dark-breasted Spinetail (1)

LR

  1.  

Rufous Spinetail (3)

SI, GU

  1.  

White-browed Spinetail (h)

YA

  1.  

Red-faced Spinetail (10)

TA, LG, MI where common

  1.  

Ash-browed Spinetail (1)

GU by Roland

  1.  

Andean Tit-Spinetail (2)

PA

  1.  

Many-striped Canastero (1)

PA

  1.  

White-chinned Thistletail (1)

PA

  1.  

Pearled Treerunner (20+)

PA, GL, SI, YA, TA, LG

  1.  

Rusty-winged Barbtail (2)

LG

  1.  

Spotted Barbtail (1)

MP

  1.  

Double-banded Graytail # (2)

PVM

  1.  

Rufous-tailed Xenops (1)

LR

  1.  

Streaked Xenops (4)

LR, PVM

  1.  

Plain Xenops (2)

MP

  1.  

Lineated Foliage-gleaner (1)

PVM

  1.  

Scaly-throated Foliage-gleaner (1)

MP

  1.  

Buff-fronted Foliage-gleaner (5)

LR, MP, LG

  1.  

Buff-throated Foliage-gleaner (1)

EP by Roland

  1.  

Henna-hooded Foliage-gleaner * (1)

C

  1.  

Stout-billed Cinclodes (3)

PA

  1.  

Bar-winged Cinclodes (3)

PA

  1.  

Pacific Hornero (15+)

C, AY, PVM, MP

  1.  

Streaked Tuftedcheek (3)

NM, TA

  1.  

Flammulated Treehunter (1)

GU

  1.  

Striped Treehunter (1)

TA

  1.  

Streak-capped Treehunter (1)

PVM

  1.  

Uniform Treehunter (1)

MP by Roland

  1.  

Great Antshrike (2)

C

  1.  

Collared Antshrike * (2)

AY

  1.  

Lined Antshrike (2)

LR

  1.  

Plain-winged Antshrike (1)

EP by Roland

  1.  

Western Slaty-Antshrike (1)

PVM

  1.  

Russet Antshrike (1)

EP by Roland

  1.  

Plain Antvireo (1)

AY

  1.  

Dot-winged Antwren (1)

PVM

  1.  

Slaty Antwren (2)

PVM, MP

  1.  

White-flanked Antwren (1)

MP

  1.  

Ornate Antwren (h)

EP

  1.  

Checker-throated Antwren (1)

PVM by Roland

  1.  

Pacific Antwren (1)

PVM

  1.  

Stripe-chested Antwren (h)

LR

  1.  

Striated Antbird (3)

EP

  1.  

Long-tailed Antbird (4)

SI, GU, LG

  1.  

Blackish Antbird (h)

LR

  1.  

White-backed Fire-eye (1)

AY

  1.  

Esmeraldas Antbird # (1)

MP

  1.  

Chestnut-backed Antbird (h)

PVM

  1.  

Sooty Antbird (h)

LR, EP

  1.  

Slate-crowned Antpitta (1)

GU

  1.  

Thrush-like Antpitta (h)

EP

  1.  

Barred Antthrush (h)

GU

  1.  

Black-headed Antthrush (h)

PVM

  1.  

Rufous-capped Antthrush (h)

EP

  1.  

Black-faced Antthrush (h)

LR

  1.  

Rufous-breasted Antthrush (h)

MP

  1.  

Giant Antpitta # (h)

LG

  1.  

Plain-backed Antpitta (h)

LR

  1.  

Chestnut-crowned Antpitta (1)

SI by Roland

  1.  

Chestnut-naped Antpitta (h)

GU

  1.  

White-bellied Antpitta (h)

SI

  1.  

Rufous Antpitta (h)

GL

  1.  

Tawny Antpitta (3)

PA, YA

  1.  

Elegant Crescentchest * (1)

C

  1.  

Occelated Tapaculo (h)

GU, NM, TA

  1.  

Unicolored Tapaculo (2)

SI, NM

  1.  

Narino Tapaculo # (1)

PVM

  1.  

Spillman’s Tapaculo (2)

TA

  1.  

Paramo Tapaculo (h)

PA

  1.  

Marble-faced Bristle-tyrant (2)

LR, MP

  1.  

Variegated Bristle-tyrant (2)

LR

  1.  

Ashy-headed Tyrannulet (1)

SI

  1.  

Sooty-headed Tyrannulet (2)

LR, PVM

  1.  

Tawny-rumped Tyrannulet (1)

SI

  1.  

Southern Beardless-Tyrannulet (10+)

C, AY

  1.  

Yellow-crowned Tyrannulet (1)

MP

  1.  

Tumbesian Tyrannulet * (1)

AY

  1.  

Yellow Tyrannulet (2)

LR, PVM

  1.  

Golden-faced Tyrannulet (10+)

LR, EP, MP

  1.  

Ochre-bellied Flycatcher (h)

EP

  1.  

Streak-necked Flycatcher (6)

SI, GU, TA, LG

  1.  

Olive-striped Flycatcher (1)

TA

  1.  

Rufous-breasted Flycatcher (1)

GU

  1.  

Yellow-olive Flatbill (1)

LR

  1.  

Gray Elaenia (1)

EP

  1.  

Yellow-bellied Elaenia (1)

PVM

  1.  

White-crested Elaenia (1)

SI

  1.  

Small-billed Elaenia (1)

LR

  1.  

Mottle-backed Elaenia (1)

EP

  1.  

Lesser Elaenia (2)

MP

  1.  

Sierran Elaenia (4)

TA

  1.  

Black-headed Tody-flycatcher (10+)

C

  1.  

Common Tody-flycatcher (20+)

C, AY, LR, PVM

  1.  

Black-and-White Tody-flycatcher (1)

EP by Roland

  1.  

Rufous-crowned Tody-flycatcher (4)

SI, GU

  1.  

Scale-crested Pygmy-tyrant (1)

MP

  1.  

Tawny-crowned Pygmy-tyrant (10+)

C, AY

  1.  

Rufous-headed Pygmy-tyrant (1)

GU

  1.  

Tufted Tit-tyrant (1)

PA

  1.  

Agile Tit-tyrant (1)

PA

  1.  

Torrent Tyrannulet (3)

Along river in Cosanga

  1.  

Ornate Flycatcher (10+)

MP

  1.  

Cinnamon Flycatcher (20+)

GL, SI, GU, TA

  1.  

White-throated Tyrannulet (8)

PA, YA

  1.  

White-tailed Tyrannulet (20+)

SI, GU, YA, TA, LG

  1.  

White-banded Tyrannulet (8)

GL, YA

  1.  

Rufous-winged Tyrannulet # (2)

MP

  1.  

Olive-sided Flycatcher (1)

LR

  1.  

Tumbes Pewee * (1)

AY

  1.  

Smoke-colored Pewee (5)

GL, SI, GU, TA, LG

  1.  

Gray-breasted Flycatcher * (3)

AY

  1.  

Flavescent Flycatcher (4)

SI, GL, TA

  1.  

Handsome Flycatcher (1)

GU by Roland

  1.  

White-tailed Shrike-tyrant (h)

CA

  1.  

Short-tailed Field-tyrant (1)

C

  1.  

Long-tailed Tyrant (5)

EP

  1.  

Paramo Ground-tyrant (2)

PA

  1.  

Vermilion Flycatcher (20+)

C, AY

  1.  

Smoky Bush-tyrant (2)

SI, GL

  1.  

Cliff Flycatcher (2)

LR

  1.  

Rufous-breasted Chat-tyrant (1)

GL

  1.  

Slaty-backed Chat-tyrant (1)

Pahuma Orchid Reserve

  1.  

Crowned Chat-tyrant (1)

YA

  1.  

Yellow-bellied Chat-tyrant (3)

TA

  1.  

Black Phoebe (10)

GL, SI, MI

  1.  

Masked Water-tyrant (10)

C, AY

  1.  

Short-crested Flycatcher (1)

LR

  1.  

Dusky-capped Flycatcher (7)

LR, EP, MP

  1.  

Eastern Sirystes (1)

EP

  1.  

Tropical Kingbird (50+)

Common except at higher altitudes

  1.  

White-throated Kingbird (2)

EP and near Baeza

  1.  

Snowy-throated Kingbird # (1)

MP

  1.  

Streaked Flycatcher (1)

PVM

  1.  

Baird’s Flycatcher * (3)

C, AY

  1.  

Golden-crowned Flycatcher (1)

SI

  1.  

Boat-billed Flycatcher (10+)

C, AY, EP

  1.  

Rusty-margined Flycatcher (1)

PVM

  1.  

Social Flycatcher (10+)

AY, LR, EP, PVM, MP

  1.  

Gray-capped Flycatcher (1)

EP

  1.  

Yellow-cheecked Becard (1)

LR (female)

  1.  

Barred Becard (1)

GL

  1.  

Cinnamon Becard (6)

PVM, TA, MP

  1.  

White-winged Becard (1)

PVM

  1.  

Black-and-White Becard (1)

MP

  1.  

Black-capped Becard (1)

EP by Roland

  1.  

One-colored Becard (3)

MP, LG

  1.  

Black-tailed Tityra (1)

EP

  1.  

Masked Tityra (4)

LR, EP

  1.  

Black-crowned Tityra (1)

PVM

  1.  

Green-and-Black Fruiteater (2)

SI

  1.  

Orange-breasted Fruiteater # (2)

LG

  1.  

Scarlet-breasted Fruiteater (2)

LR

  1.  

Fiery-throated Fruiteater (1)

LR

  1.  

Barred Fruiteater (1)

YA

  1.  

Scaled Fruiteater (1)

LG (female)

  1.  

Purple-throated Fruitcrow (3)

PVM

  1.  

Andean Cock-of-the-Rock (14)

NM, MI (13 at lek)

  1.  

Blue-rumped Manakin (1)

LR by Roland

  1.  

White-bearded Manakin (10+)

EP, PVM

  1.  

Club-winged Manakin # (h)

MP

  1.  

Gray-breasted Martin (50+)

C, AY

  1.  

Brown-bellied Swallow (50+)

GL, SI, YA

  1.  

Blue-and-White Swallow (100+)

Common throughout

  1.  

White-thighed Swallow (13)

PVM, MP

  1.  

Southern Rough-winged Swallow (70+)

LR, EP, PVM, MP

  1.  

Fasciated Wren * (3)

C, AY

  1.  

Band-backed Wren (h)

PVM (seen by Edison)

  1.  

Rufous Wren (h)

YA

  1.  

Bay Wren (2)

PVM, MP

  1.  

Plain-tailed Wren (2)

TA

  1.  

Coraya Wren (h)

LR, EP

  1.  

Speckle-breasted Wren * (5)

C, AY

  1.  

Superciliated Wren * (6)

C, AY

  1.  

House Wren (10)

C, AY, PVM, MP

  1.  

Mountain Wren (3)

GL, GU

  1.  

Grass Wren (3)

PA

  1.  

White-breasted Wood-wren (1)

EP

  1.  

Gray-breasted Woodwren (4)

SI, TA, LG (commonly heard)

  1.  

Southern Nightingale-wren (h)

MP

  1.  

Long-tailed Mockingbird (20+)

C, AY

  1.  

Tropical Mockingbird (1)

Airport of Bonaire

  1.  

Rufous-browed Peppershrike (2)

C

  1.  

Black-billed Peppershrike (2)

SI

  1.  

Slaty-capped Shrike-vireo (h)

MI

  1.  

Red-eyed Vireo (10+)

LR, PVM, MP, TA

  1.  

Brown-capped Vireo (10+)

SI, NM, MP, TA, LG

  1.  

Lesser Greenlet (2)

PVM, MP

  1.  

Tawny-crowned Greenlet (1)

LR

  1.  

Paramo Pipit (2)

GL

  1.  

White-capped Dipper (5)

GL, NM, MI

  1.  

Andean Solitaire (2)

GL, TA (commonly heard)

  1.  

Slaty-backed Nightingale-thrush (h)

TA

  1.  

Great Thrush (30+)

PA, GL, TA, LG

  1.  

Glossy-black Thrush (3)

GL, TA

  1.  

Plumbeous-backed Trush * (1)

C

  1.  

Chestnut-bellied Thrush (2)

GU

  1.  

Black-billed Thrush (10)

LR, EP

  1.  

Ecuadorian Thrush * (5)

AY

  1.  

Tropical Parula (10+)

C, AY, LR, MP

  1.  

Slate-throated Whitestart (30+)

Common except in lowlands

  1.  

Spectacled Whitestart (50+)

Common except in lowlands

  1.  

Black-lored Yellowthroat (10)

C, AY

  1.  

Black-crested Warbler (3)

GL, SI

  1.  

Citrine Warbler (2)

GL

  1.  

Three-striped Warbler (6)

PVM, MP, LG

  1.  

Choco Warbler # (1)

MP

  1.  

Russet-crowned Warbler (2)

GL, TA

  1.  

Gray-and-Gold Warbler * (6)

C, AY

  1.  

Buff-rumped Warbler (1)

PVM

  1.  

Bananaquit (50+)

C, AY, LR, EP, MI, MP

  1.  

Cinereous Conebill (8)

PA, YA

  1.  

Blue-backed Conebill (10+)

PA, GL, YA

  1.  

Capped Conebill (10)

SI, GL, TA, LG

  1.  

Giant Conebill (4)

PA

  1.  

Bluish Flowerpiercer (3)

SI

  1.  

Masked Flowerpiercer (30+)

Common in subtropical zone

  1.  

Glossy Flowerpiercer (4)

YA

  1.  

Black Flowerpiercer (10)

PA

  1.  

White-sided Flowerpiercer (7)

GL, SI, GU, LG, TA

  1.  

Golden-eyed Flowerpiercer (2)

LR

  1.  

Purple Honeycreeper (3)

EP, MP

  1.  

Green Honeycreeper (3)

AY, PVM

  1.  

Scarlet-breasted Dacnis # (3)

PVM

  1.  

Blue Dacnis (3)

LR, EP

  1.  

Yellow-tufted Dacnis (6)

C, AY, LR, PVM

  1.  

Black-faced Dacnis (3)

LR

  1.  

Yellow-bellied Dacnis (2)

EP

  1.  

Blue-naped Chlorophonia (8)

LR (feeding in same tree)

  1.  

Orange-bellied Euphonia (20+)

SI, GU, LR,EP, PVM, MP, TA

  1.  

White-vented Euphonia (1)

LR by Roland

  1.  

Orange-crowned Euphonia (1)

PVM

  1.  

Thick-billed Euphonia (10+)

C, AY, LR, PVM, MP

  1.  

Rufous-bellied Euphonia (2)

EP

  1.  

Bronze-green Euphonia (4)

LR

  1.  

Swallow Tanager (10)

LR, MI, PVM

  1.  

Opal-rumped Tanager (1)

EP

  1.  

Paradise Tanager (15+)

LR where common

  1.  

Green-and-Gold Tanager (6)

LR, EP

  1.  

Emerald Tanager (2)

PVM

  1.  

Blue-whiskered Tanager # (1)

PVM

  1.  

Yellow-bellied Tanager (3)

LR

  1.  

Spotted Tanager (4)

LR

  1.  

Blue-necked Tanager (30+)

LR, EP, PVM, MP, LG

  1.  

Golden-hooded Tanager (10)

PVM

  1.  

Turquoise Tanager (10)

LR

  1.  

Gray-and-Gold Tanager # (4)

PVM

  1.  

Bay-headed Tanager (7)

LR, PVM, MP

  1.  

Rufous-winged Tanager (1)

PVM by Roland

  1.  

Yellow-backed Tanager (1)

LR

  1.  

Guira Tanager (2)

PVM, MP

  1.  

Fawn-breasted Tanager (9)

SI, LR, MI, MP

  1.  

Glistening-green Tanager # (h)

MP

  1.  

Rufous-throated Tanager # (5)

MP

  1.  

Golden Tanager (30+)

LR, PVM, MI, TA, MP, LG

  1.  

Silver-throated Tanager (10+)

PVM, MI, MP

  1.  

Saffron-crowned Tanager (10)

SI where common, GU

  1.  

Golden-eared Tanager (2)

LR

  1.  

Flame-faced Tanager (12)

SI, GU, YA, MI, TA

  1.  

Metallic-green Tanager (4)

NM, MI, TA

  1.  

Golden-naped Tanager (15+)

SI, GU, MP, TA, LG

  1.  

Beryl-spangled Tanager (10+)

SI, GU, MP, TA, LG

  1.  

Blue-and-Black Tanager (10+)

GL, TA, LG

  1.  

Rufous-crested Tanager (1)

SI

  1.  

Scarlet-bellied Mountain-Tanager (10)

PA, GL, YA

  1.  

Lacrimose Mountain-Tanager (2)

GU

  1.  

Blue-winged Mountain-Tanager (25+)

SI, GU, NM, TA, LG

  1.  

Black-chinned Mountain-Tanager # (6)

LG

  1.  

Hooded Mountain-Tanager (3)

GU

  1.  

Black-chested Mountain-Tanager (6)

PA, YA

  1.  

Moss-backed Tanager # (1)

MP

  1.  

White-winged Tanager (4)

MP

  1.  

Grass-green Tanager (12)

GU, TA

  1.  

Blue-gray Tanager (50+)

Common at lower altitudes

  1.  

Palm Tanager (25+)

Common at lower altitudes except coast

  1.  

Blue-capped Tanager (6)

TA

  1.  

Silver-beaked Tanager (25+)

LR, EP

  1.  

Lemon-rumped Tanager (40+)

C, AY, PVM, MP

  1.  

Ochre-breasted Tanager # (h)

MP

  1.  

Scarlet-browed Tanager # (2)

PVM

  1.  

Summer Tanager (1)

AY (female)

  1.  

Magpie Tanager (10+)

LR, EP

  1.  

White-shouldered Tanager (5)

LR, PVM, MP

  1.  

White-lined Tanager (1)

LR

  1.  

Rufous-chested Tanager (1)

TA

  1.  

Common Bush-Tanager (20+)

SI, GL, LG

  1.  

Yellow-throated Bush-Tanager (10+)

LR, MP, LG

  1.  

Dusky Bush-Tanager # (9)

MP, TA, LG

  1.  

Yellow-green Bush-Tanager # (1)

MP

  1.  

Black-backed Bush-Tanager (1)

GL

  1.  

Black-capped Hemispingus (3)

GL

  1.  

Superciliaried Hemispingus (2)

YA

  1.  

Black-eared Hemispingus (2)

SI, GL

  1.  

Western Hemispingus # (1)

TA

  1.  

Buff-throated Saltator (10+)

AY, LR, NM

  1.  

Black-winged Saltator (3)

NM, MI

  1.  

Grayish Saltator (2)

LR

  1.  

Streaked Saltator (10+)

C, AY

  1.  

Southern Yellow-Grosbeak (5)

C, NM, MP, TA

  1.  

Yellow-bellied Siskin (2)

PVM

  1.  

Olivaceous Siskin (1)

LR

  1.  

Saffron Siskin * (2)

AY

  1.  

Saffron Finch (2)

Guayaquil airport

  1.  

Blue-black Grassquit (10)

AY, LR

  1.  

Variable Seedeater (40+)

C, AY, LR, PVM

  1.  

Black-and-White Seedeater (15+)

LR, EP

  1.  

Yellow-bellied Seedeater (25+)

Common at west slope

  1.  

Chestnut-bellied Seedeater (8)

LR, EP

  1.  

Lesser Seedfinch (7)

LR, EP, PVM

  1.  

Plain-colored Seedeater (1)

YA by Roland

  1.  

Plumbeous Sierra-Finch (5)

PA

  1.  

Ash-breasted Sierra-Finch (2)

CA

  1.  

Rufous-naped Brush-Finch (6)

YA

  1.  

Tricolored Brush-Finch (1)

LG

  1.  

White-winged Brush-Finch (1)

TA by Roland

  1.  

Slaty Brush-Finch (2)

GL

  1.  

Stripe-headed Brush-Finch (1)

GL by Roland

  1.  

Black-capped Sparrow * (3)

C, AY

  1.  

Black-striped Sparrow (3)

C, AY

  1.  

Rufous-collared Sparrow (25+)

Common at higher altitudes

  1.  

Yellow-browed Sparrow (10+)

LR, EP

  1.  

Collared Warbling-Finch * (4)

C, IP

  1.  

House Sparrow (2)

C

  1.  

Yellow-rumped Cacique (10+)

AY, EP

  1.  

Northern Mountain Cacique (5)

GU

  1.  

Subtropical Cacique (10+)

SI, GU

  1.  

Yellow-billed Cacique (2)

C

  1.  

Casqued Oropendola (1)

EP by Roland

  1.  

Crested Oropendola (8)

EP

  1.  

Russet-backed Oropendola (20+)

SI, LR, EP

  1.  

Green Oropendola (2)

EP

  1.  

Yellow-tailed Oriole (6)

C, AY

  1.  

Orange-backed Troupial (2)

EP

  1.  

Moriche Oriole (1)

EP

  1.  

Scrub Blackbird (50+)

C, AY

  1.  

Shiny Cowbird (5)

C, TA

  1.  

Great-tailed Grackle (2)

Near Guayaquil

 

 

 

 


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