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||Orinoco Softail, Ringed Woodpecker, Rose-brested Chad, American Avocet, Chesnut-crested Antbird, Guianan Gnat catcher, Racket Tailed Coquette, Fuscous Flycatcher (White sand Forest), Antioquia Wren, Santa Marta Antbird; Black-throated Brillant, Mottle Back Elaenia, Plain crested Elaenia, Wattlet Curassaw
||Added on recent trip to Mitu: Tawny-tufted Toucanet, Yellow-throated Antwren, Black-headed & Gray-bellied Antbirds, Ringed Antpipit, Rufous-tailed Flatbill, Black Manakin, Opal-rumped Tanager. Updated 2013 too and then 2013/2012/2011 BEST: Hooded & Crescent-faced Antpittas, Sooty-capped Puffbird, White-faced Nunbird, Scaled Fruiteater, Point-tailed Palmcreeper, Antioquia Wren, Slaty-capped Shrike-Vireo, Santa Marta & East Andean Antbirds, Sapayoa, Tawny-faced Quail, Choco Vireo, Indigo-winged Parrot, Thicket Antpitta, Sapphire-bellied Hummingbird, [70 Colombian endemics seen!]
||Black-throated Blue Warbler!
||Business trip to Bogota Feb 2011 35 new for Colombia plus 19 lifers. Best: White-capped tanager at Paramo de Guasca, Mangrove Swallow in BAQ, and Worm-eating Warbler at Minca. May 1990 Greater Scythebill
||Central and Santa Marta, March 2013: Sapphire-bellied Hummingbird, Velvet-fronted Euphonia, Black-throated Blue Warbler, Rosy Thrush-Tanager, Green Heron and some others. 50+ endemics as usual.
||David Van den Schoor
||67 endemics! Some highlights; Blue-billed Curassow, Dusky Starfrontlet, Chestnut-bellied Hummingbird, Sapphire-bellied Hummingbird, Yellow-eared Parrot, Rufous-fronted Parakeet, Sooty-capped Puffbird, White-faced Nunbird, Recurve-billed Bushbird, Chestnut-crested Antbird, Cundinamarca Antpitta, Urrao Antpitta, Crescent-faced Antpitta, Bar-bellied Woodcreeper, Chestnut-capped Piha, Yellow-headed Manakin, Niceforo’s Wren, Antioquia Wren, White-bellied Dacnis, Masked Saltator, Mountain Grackle, Baudo Oropendola and almost forgotten.....HOODED ANTPITTA!!! My list follows the taxonomy, names and sequence of James F. Clements (6th Edition 2007) with a few exceptions of recent taxonomic decisions, updated till August 2013.
||10/10 Colombia: Blue-knobbed Currasow, Russet-crowned Crake, Gorgeted Wood-Quail, Todd's and Flame-winged Parakeets, Sapphire-throated, Chestnut-bellied and Indigo-capped Hummers, Blue-throated and Dusky Starfrontlet, Bronze-tailed Thornbill, Black-breasted and Moustached Puffbird, Spot-crowned Barbet, Greyish Piculet, Black Antshrike, Recurve-billed Bushbird, Cundinamarca, White-bellied, Urrao and Streak-chested Antpittas, Alto Pisones, Long-tailed, Matorral, Upper Magdalena, White-crowned and Paramillo Tapaculos, Black-tipped Cotinga, Yellow-throated Spadebill, Nicefero's Wren, Choco Vireo, Yellow-green Bush-Tanager, Crested Ant-Tanager, Chestnut-bellied Flowerpiercer, Baudo Oropendola, Mountain Grackle. Also 5 national firsts: Rusty Tinamou, Brown-banded Puffbird, Capuchinbird, Guainian Streaked Antwren and Rio Negro Gnatcatcher; also Grey-legged Tinamou, Chesnut and Black-fronted Wood-Quails, Yellow-eared Parrot, Fuertes' and Rusty-faced Parrot, Rufous-fronted Parakeet, Sapphire-bellied Hummer, White-mantled Barbet, Cherrie's Antwren, Yapacana and Grey-bellied Antbird, Santa Marta, Bicoloured and Brown-banded Ant-Pitta, Chestnut-capped Piha, Capuchinbird, Antioquia Bristle-Tyrant, Rio Negro Gnatcatcher, Azure-naped Jay, Sooty Ant-tanager, Gold-ringed Tanager, Turquoise Dacnis-Tanager, White-naped Seedeater, Red-bellied Grackle
||Tacarcuna Wood-Quail, Green-naped Tanager. Sooty-capped Puffbird y otras hierbas
||Updated Jan 2014. Latest Chestnut-crested and Grey-bellied Antbirds, Orinoco Piculet, Azure-naped Jay. Colorful Puffleg June 1999.
||Last few ticks inc Niceforo's Wren, Upper Magdalena, Long-tailed and White-crowned Tapaculos, White-bellied Antpitta, Highland Tinamou, Yellow-throated Spadebill, Cinnamon Screech-Owl, Stripe-breasted Spinetail, Ash-browed Spinetail, Stygian Owl, Pavonine Cuckoo, Wattled Guan, Rufous-winged Antwren
||Great Curassow, Maguari Stork, Solitarry Eagle, Carunculated Caracara, Orange-breasted Falcon, Andean Snipe, Tolima Dove, Rufous-fronted Parakeet, Saffron-headed Parrot, Fuertes' Parrot, Rufescent Screech-owl, Mountain Avocetbill, Green-bellied Hummingbird, Double-banded Graytail, Cundinamarca Antpitta, Crescent-faced Antpitta, Alto Pisones Tapaculo, Paramillo Tapaculo, Antioquia Bristle-tyrant, Yellow-throated Spadebill, Lemon-browed Flycatcher, Golden-collared Manakin,Yellow-headed Manakin, Niceforo's Wren, Gold-ringed Tanager, Sooty Grassquit, Tocuyo Sparrow, Mountain Grackle, Baudo Oropendola
||8 Feb 2010 Last new bird Cundinamarca Antpitta. 2 Feb. 2010. Last new Blue-throated Starfrontlet. 19 Nov. 2009. Recurve-billed Bushbird. 7 April 2009. One 3 month trip in 1977.
||Brown Banded, Hooded, Bi-Coloured & Santa Marta Antpita's, Red Bellied Grackle, Rufous Fronted Parakeet, Choco Vireo, Bogota Rail, Black-Thighed Puffleg, White Chested Swift
||Mitu: Orinoco Piculet, Spotted Puffbird, Yellow-throated and Spot-backed Antwrens, Imeri Warbling-Antbird, Citron-bellied Attila, Guianan Cock-of-the-Rock, Azure-naped Jay and Brown-headed Greenlet
||19 day birding trip produced 540 species, 30 endemics and 91 life birds.
||USA, resident in Ecuador
||Highlights of 2013 trips to Popayán, Medellín, Piha Reserve, Bolombolo, Jardin, Rio Blanco, Otun and Cerro Montezuma: Dusky-headed Brush-Finch, Antioquia Wren, Yellow-headed Manakin, Chestnut-capped Piha, Parker's Antbird, Chestnut Wood-Quail, Munchique Wood-Wren, Gold-ringed Tanager, Fulvous-dotted Treerunner, Alto Pisones Tapaculo, Crested Ant-Tanager, Sooty-headed Wren, Yellow-eared Parrot, Black and Gold Tanager, Brown-banded Antpitta, Multicolored Tanager, etc.
||Pompadour Cotinga, Woodcreeper.
||Updated 25/03/2013 - Clements taxonomy - seen on visits in 1996 & 2011
||Munchique Wood-Wren seen 1977 July 17, finally split! My tape permitted Steve Hilty to collect the first specimen.
||2 trips with Carl Downing. Highlights include: Hudsonian Godwit, Ring-billed Gull, Santa Marta Woodstar, Speckle-breasted Wren, Rosy Thrush-Tanager & White-winged Tanager.
||Made two trips in 2010. Highlights include Santa Marta Sabrewing, Gold-ringed Tanager, Purplish Mantled Tanager and Black and Gold Tanager
||Nov 2010 (Central Valley and slopes) and Oct 2012 (Santa Marta).
||2 trips of 1 wk each in 1974 & 1976; highlights: Northern Screamer, Crested Ant-Tanager, Vermilion Cardinal
||Jan,2nd/1993: The last lifer is the Santa Marta Brush-Finch in El Campano