News - June 2016

New species: Subtropical Doradito
Pseudocolopteryx acutipennis
Doradito oliváceo/Subtropical Doradito16 11 13 © Claudia y Tito Di Mauro

Doradito oliváceo/Subtropical Doradito16 11 13 © Claudia y Tito Di Mauro
This doradito had been wrongly identified as a Warbling Doradito. Luis Pagano found the mistake and now we present a new species.
The known distribution for this bird does not reach so far to the east. It is found in the northwest and center of Argentina to the northwest of Province of Buenos aires.
Scrub Blackbird
Dives warszewiczi
Tordo matorral RMR 19 6 1619 6 16 © Román Montero
On the path bordering the Ex-covimet Román found this black bird. Size and voice did not match those of the known species of black birds at the reserve. Later he found the information on the site.
Great Egret
Ardea alba
Garza banca/Great Egret

Garza banca/Great Egret18 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
Very early in the morning the group found a big group of great egrets in the Coypu Pond. Then they disappeared. Walter tells us when he leaves at night he can see a big number of great egrets which gather at the Viamonte end. It calls his eye how the white colour of egrets stands out in the night. They use this place as a roosting site.



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Last Satruday of June, a grey and cold day
The day was ugly from the very start and it did not get better. On two opportunities some sunrays appeared in the sky and were quickly devoured by the clouds. Best to be mentioned: Ringed Kingfisher .Observadores/Birdwatchers

Observadores/Birdwatchers
Only five were present. The ones in the photo and Ariel, the photographer.
Ringed Kingfisher
Megaceryle torquata
Martín pescador grande/Ringed Kingfisher25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian

Martín pescador grande/Ringed Kingfisher25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
It first flew past very high and we did not know what it was. Later at the Canal Viamonte we heard it and saw it on two opportunities.
Masked Duck
Nomonyx dominicus
Pato fierro/Masked Duck25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian

Pato fierro/Masked Duck25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
They still are at the Viamonte end and there were seven individuals.
Rufescent Tiger-Heron - Colubroidean Snake
Tigrisoma lineatum - Helicops infrataeniatus
Hocó-culebra/Tiger-Heron-snake25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian

Hocó-culebra/Tiger-Heron-snake25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
At the coast we found this young tiger-heron with a wriggling snake in the bill. The Tiger-heron was compassionate to the snake. To eat a prey Tiger-herons numb or kill it with shakes. This was not the case. A very big piece or o very young tiger-heron? It was a long while and then disappeared and the end of the story is unknown.

25 6 16 © Cora Rimoldi
Campo Flicker
Colaptes campestris
Carpintero campestre/Campo Flicker25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian

25 6 16 © Cora Rimoldi At the Viamonte Access a Campo Flicker along with a Green-barred Woodpecker eating ants. Then a second Campo Flicker was discovered.
Great Grebe
Podiceps major
Macá grande/Great Grebe25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
At the coast eating a nice piece.
Hooded Siskin
Spinus magellanicus
Cabecitanegra común/Hooded Siskin25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
Some 20 individuals
Blue-and-yellow Tanager
Pipraeidea bonariensis
Naranjero/Blue-and-yellow Tanager25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
Eating the fruit of the bugweed
Solanum granulosum leprosum
Green-winged Saltator
Saltator similis
Pepitero verdoso/Green-winged Saltator25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian

Pepitero verdoso/Green-winged Saltator25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
Eating the fruit of the bugweed
Solanum granulosum leprosum
Sayaca Tanager
Thraupis sayaca
Celestino/Sayaca Tanager25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
We saw the Blue-and yellow Tanager, the Green-winged Saltator and the Sayaca Tanager almost together, but the last one was not eating the fruit of the bugweed
Solanum granulosum leprosum.
European Starling - Shiny Cowbird
Sturnus vulgaris - Molothrus bonariensis
renegrido-estornino/Cowbird-starling25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
The bad reputation ranking
Dredge Draga/dredge25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian

Gaviotas/Gulls25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
This working dredge gathered a huge number of gulls around.
Sailing ship Velero/Sailing ship25 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
The sailing ship illuminated by one of the brief sunrays.
Some flowers and fruits
Climbing aloe
Aloe ciliaris
Aloe trepador/Climbing aloe18 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Exótica
Loquat
Eriobotrya japonica
Níspero/Loquat5 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
White cedar
Melia azedarach
Paraíso/White cedar11 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Exótica
Giant arrowhead
Sagittaria montevidensis
Sagitaria/Giant arrowhead11 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Native. In the fountain at Viamonte Access
Blue anise sage
Salvia guaranitica
Salvia azul/Blue anise sage5 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Native. Flowers still visited by hummingbirds.
Common moth vine
Araujia hortorum
Tasi/Common moth vine4 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Native



Butterflies and a moth
Banded Longwing
Heliconius erato phyllis
Almendra común/Banded Longwing© J. Simón Tagtachian
Bella Mapwing
Hypanarthia bella
Bellísima común/Bella Mapwing© J. Simón Tagtachian
Mexican Silverspot
Dione moneta
Moneta/Mexican Silverspot© J. Simón Tagtachian

Scordylia quadruplicaria
Scordylia quadruplicaria© Claudia Mon
Monarch
Danaus erippus
Monarca/Monarch© J. Simón Tagtachian
Monarch
Danaus erippus
Monarca/Monarch© J. Simón Tagtachian
Monarch
Danaus erippus
Monarca/Monarch© J. Simón Tagtachian
Monarch
Danaus erippus
Monarca/Monarch© J. Simón Tagtachian



Stripe-backed Bittern
Ixobrychus involucris
Mirasol común/Stripe-backed Bittern18 6 16 © Lui
On the June 18th the day of the survey Lui stayed with his telescope in different places along the coast. At Carlota Roberts Canal he found the stripe-backed bittern (above), a bar-winged cinclodes (below) and two capibaras. They were on the other side of the canal
uuff-winged Cinclodes
Cinclodes fuscus
Remolinera común/Buff-winged Cinclodes18 6 16 © Lui



New species: Colubroidean snake
Helicops leopardinus
Culebra acuática overa/Colubroidean snake14 6 16 © Marcelo Leanes
This snake is typical of the northeast (Corrientes, south of Misiones, Formosa and Chaco) and have arrived during the last floods. It is aggressive but no venemous. Marcelo discovered it at the Meeting Point on top of the dried vegetation on the coast. It was drowsy basking in the sun.
and two other already known snakes
Colubroidean snake
Helicops infrataeniatus
Culebra acuática común/Colubroidean snake18 6 16 © Marcelo Leanes It was at the Meeting Point next to stripe of dried vegetation deposited by the tides.
Urutu pit viper
Bothrops alternatus

18 6 16 © Claudia y Tito Di Mauro
Coypu
Myocastor coypus
Coipo/Coypu

Coipo/Coypu

Coipo/Coypu18 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
Detalle de los dedos de las patas anteriores: cuatro dedos largos y un pulgar muy reducido.
Coipo/Coypu
The tial is long and conical and gets thinner at the tip. It functions like a rudder when it moves in the water.

18 6 16 © Claudia y Tito Di Mauro
Article on White-winged Becard
Pachyramphus polychopterus with abnormal bill (in Spanish)
Anambé FDM nota© Federico De Maio
Clic on phot to read the article written by Federico De Maio on the White-winged Becard in the section Nótulas Faunísticas on the Fundación Azara's website



Catfish
Parapimelodus valenciennis
Porteñito/Catfish11 6 16 © Florencia Fortini

Porteñito/Catfish11 6 16 © Florencia Fortini

Porteñito/Catfish11 6 16 © Florencia Fortini
Florencia captured this rufescent tiger-heron eating this prey. Guillermo explains to us this is a catfish. One can tell by the form of the tail, the broad peduncle, the fins which can been seen more or less and by the silvery colouring.
Canary
Serinus canaria
Canario/Canary10 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian

Canario/Canary10 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian

Canario/Canary10 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
On 10th of June on the Middle Path 100 meters away from the Lizard Path Simón found this bird. His attention was first drawn by the size of the bird and then he realized it was ringed. Lui confirmed its identity.
The canary is one of the commonest cage birds. Its song first made man adopt it as a pet. Then artificial selection altered the colour and the form, there being too many races at present. It was also successfully hibridized with other species of fringillids, the family it belongs to. The wild species it comes from is
Serinus canaria from the Canary and Madeira Islands.
Bird Survey by the COARecs - June 18th 2016
A great day to survey birds. It began a bit chilly but the sun made us warm up. The reserve was very quiet and very few people. We assume it was due to the holiday. The provisional result was 95 species. See what birds were surveyed.
Censo junio 2016/June 2016 Bird survey© J. Simón Tagtachian
The sun rising at 7:25 a.m.
Censo junio 2016/June 2016 Bird survey© Sergio Cusano
25 minutes later....
Censo junio 2016/June 2016 Bird survey© Sergio Cusano

Censo junio 2016/June 2016 Bird survey© Sergio Cusano
By 10 a.m. a cloudless sky and a sun which heated the day.
Censo junio 2016/June 2016 Bird survey© J. Simón Tagtachian
A beautiful moon at about 6 p.m.
Censo junio 2016/June 2016 Bird survey© J. Simón Tagtachian
The group of observers of the morning shift
Birds of the Survey
Algunas aves que se registraron
Masked Duck
Nomonyx dominicus
Pato fierro/Masked Duck© Sergio Cusano
At about 11 a.m.
Pato fierro/Masked Duck© Sergio Cusano
At about 11 a.m.
Pato fierro/Masked Duck© Dolores Fernández At 2 p.m.
Pato fierro/Masked Duck© Dolores Fernández At 2 p.m.
Pato fierro/Masked Duck© J. Simón Tagtachian
At 6 p.m.
Pato fierro/Masked Duck© J. Simón Tagtachian
At 6 p.m.
The masked duck returned after four months of absence. The environment has changed a lot and it is not very favourable for it to remain. A long time ago all the giant arrows were removed and then all the water fern. There is a clear of water and this duck needs vegetation to hide. Let's see if they stay. There were five individuals, two females and three males. In the males the signs of change into eclipse plumage are evident. The mask is disappearing and the two white lines become conspicuous. The final eclipse plumage shows the males in female-like plumage.
At 11 a.m. they were inactive with their bills tucked into their back in a resting position. By 2 p.m. they were active and by 6 p.m., bathing.
Fulvous Whistling-Duck
Dendrocygna bicolor
Sirirí colorado/Fulvous Whistling-Duck© Sergio Cusano
Another one which also returned after four months of absence
White-winged Coot
Fulica leucoptera
Gallareta chica/White-winged Coot© Sergio Cusano
Very common some months ago. We look for it among all the coots to make sure the species is still present. There is only one individual.
Wattled Jacana
Jacana jacana
Jacana/Wattled Jacana© Sergio Cusano
another bird which has suffered the change of the environment. With the extraction of the water fern only three individuals were counted in all the Coypu Pond. We reached 50 before that.
White-banded Mockingbird
Mimus triurus
Calandria real/White-banded Mockingbird© J. Simón Tagtachian
Only two winter visitors were seen. One was the white-banded mockingbird and the other one, the white-tipped plantcutter.
White-tipped Plantcutter
Phytotoma rutila
Cortarrams/White-tipped Plantcutter

Cortarrams/White-tipped Plantcutter© J. Simón Tagtachian
White-crested Tyrannulet
Serpophaga subcristata
Piojito común/White-crested Tyrannulet© J. Simón Tagtachian
Seen on route 3 Piojito común/White-crested Tyrannulet© Sergio Cusano
Seen on route 1
Quite impressive the number of white-crested tyrannulets heard on all routes, but no Straneck's tyrannulets at all
Double-collared Seedeater
Sporophila caerulescens
Corbatita común/Double-collared Seedeater© Sergio Cusano
This species migartes to the north. Nevertheless some individuals always stay around. We detected a total of three.
White-tipped Dove
Leptotila verreauxi
Yerutí común/White-tipped Dove© J. Simón Tagtachian
This dove surprised us. We generally record this dove by its vocalization. It is easier to hear it than see it. On route 1 we saw two individuals, on route 4 it was filmed.
© Claudia y Tito Di Mauro
Great grebe
Podiceps major

© Claudia y Tito Di Mauro
Yellow-winged Blackbird
Agelasticus thilius
© Claudia y Tito Di Mauro
Campo Flicker
Colaptes campestris
Carpintero campestre/Campo Flicker© Sergio Cusano
Rufous-sided Crake
Laterallus melanophaius
Burrito común/Rufous-sided Crake© J. Simón Tagtachian
Variable Oriole
Icterus pyrrhopterus
Boyerito/Variable Oriole© J. Simón Tagtachian
Comiendo camoatí
Southern Screamer
Chauna torquata
Chajá/Southern Screamer© Sergio Cusano
Wren-like Rushbird
Phleocryptes melanops
Junquero/Wren-like Rushbird© J. Simón Tagtachian
Blue-and-yellow Tanager
Pipraeidea bonariensis
Naranjero/Blue-and-yellow Tanager© J. Simón Tagtachian



Censo

Diademed Tanager
Stephanophorus diadematus
Frutero azul/Diademed Tanager15 6 16 © Adrián Grilli
Comiendo fruto de ligustrina
Ligustrum sinense Frutero azul/Diademed Tanager11 6 16 © Jesús Fernández
The Diademed Tanager had few records in the past. Since two years ago and especially this year records have been increasing. Jesús photographed it on Saturday and Adrián, on Wednesday.
Great Pampa-Finch
Embernagra platensis
Verdón/Great Pampa-Finch15 6 16 © Adrián Grilli
Nenday Parakeet
Aratinga nenday
Ñanday/Nenday Parakeet15 6 16 © Adrián Grilli
Great Grebe
Podiceps major
Macá grande/Great Grebe Macá grande/Great Grebe
Macá grande/Great Grebe Macá grande/Great Grebe
Macá grande/Great Grebe Macá grande/Great Grebe
Macá grande/Great Grebe Macá grande/Great Grebe
Macá grande/Great Grebe Macá grande/Great Grebe
We were watching this pair of Great Grebe for more than 20 minutes. She was at the floating islet, watching and arranging sticks. He was catching fish as shown in the last photos. It was long trying to swallow one. I thought he could not make it but in fact he did. A bit later it got near the islet and she began to stretch her neck waving it. A couple of minutes later she got off the islet and both swam. We did not see them come back to the islet while we were there.

12 6 16 © Photos and text by Claudia Mon
Food is served La comida está servida/Food is served12 6 16 © Claudia Mon
Green-winged Saltator
Saltator similis, Rufous-collared Sparrow
Zonotrichia capensis,
La comida está servida/Food is served12 6 16 © Claudia Mon
Solitary Black Cacique
Cacicus solitarius, Shiny Cowbird
Molothrus bonariensis, White-lined Tanager
Tachyphonus rufus,
La comida está servida/Food is served12 6 16 © Claudia Mon
Eared Dove
Zenaida auriculata, White-lined Tanager
Tachyphonus rufus,
La comida está servida/Food is served12 6 16 © Claudia Mon
Shiny Cowbirds
Molothrus bonariensis, White-lined Tanager
Tachyphonus rufus Varillero negro/Unicoloured Blackbird12 6 16 © Claudia Mon
everybody went down to eat, except the Unicoloured Blackbird
Agelasticus cyanopus
Mallard Duck and Red-fronted Coot/strong>
Anas platyrhynchos - Fulica rufifrons
Acuáticas/Waterbirds12 6 16 © Claudia Mon
Hoary bat
Lasiurus cinereus
Murciélago escarchado/Hoary bat

Murciélago escarchado/Hoary bat

Murciélago escarchado/Hoary bat25 5 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
On 25th of May at plain daylight we saw a brown bat fly five times at 3 meters above our heads. It then flew above the river and drank water.
Southern Beardless-Tyrannulet
Camptostoma obsoletum
Piojito silbón/Southern Beardless-Tyrannulet11 6 16 © Hernán Tolosa
Chilean Swallow
Tachycineta meyeni
Golondrina patagónica/Chilean Swallow11 6 16 © Hernán Tolosa
5 or 6 individuals flying high at the Meeting Point
Grey-throated Warbling-Finch
Poospiza cabanisi
Monterita litoraleña/Grey-throated Warbling-Finch11 6 16 © Hernán Tolosa
White-lined Tanager
Tachyphonus rufus
Frutero negro/White-lined Tanager11 6 16 © Hernán Tolosa Another bird to add to the list of consumers of abandoned camoati wasp nests. Rests of honey produced by the wasps as well as insects provide a rich source of food.
Cuenta Hernán que el frutero negro andaba en bandada con unos 6 o 7 boyeritos, todos comían de un nido de camoatí en el camino de los lagartos cerca del salón de la entrada Brasil y de otro que se ve del mirador más cercano al salón, iban y venían. En la foto inferior se ven dos boyeritos
Icterus pyrrhopterus Boyerito/Variable Oriole
Yellow-browed Tyrant
Satrapa icterophrys
Suirirí amarillo/Yellow-browed Tyrant11 6 16 © Hernán Tolosa
Sayaca Tanager
Thraupis sayaca
Celestino/Sayaca Tanager11 6 16 © Hernán Tolosa
Hepatic Tanager
Piranga flava
Before eating the loquat this female made herself heard.

12 6 16 © Cora Rimoldi



Picaflor bronceado
Hylocharis chrysura

At this time of the year there too few flowers. One of them is this blue anise sage, a native plant. and the hummingbird profits from it.
12 6 16 © Cora Rimoldi
Grey-throated Warbling-Finch
Poospiza cabanisi
Monterita litoraleña/Grey-throated Warbling-Finch11 6 16 © Sergio Cusano

Monterita litoraleña/Grey-throated Warbling-Finch11 6 16 © Sergio Cusano

Monterita litoraleña/Grey-throated Warbling-Finch11 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Green-winged Saltator
Saltator similis
Pepitero verdoso/Green-winged Saltator11 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Tropical Parula
Setophaga pitiayumi
Pitiayumí/Tropical Parula11 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
White-lined Tanager
Tachyphonus rufus
Frutero negro/White-lined Tanager
Macho arriba y hembra abajo.
Frutero negro/White-lined Tanager11 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
New viewpoint Nuevo mirador/New viewpoint11 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
It is still closed. The grass is growing.
The reserve early in the morning Calle exterior/Sidewalk11 6 16 © Sergio Cusano

Calle exterior/Sidewalk11 6 16 © Sergio Cusano



Maguari Stork
Ciconia maguari
Cigüeña/Maguari Stork

Cigüeña/Maguari Stork10 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
Cocoi Heron
Ardea cocoi
Garza mora/Cocoi Heron10 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
Roadside Hawk
Rupornis magnirostris
Taguató común/Roadside Hawk10 6 16 © J. Simón Tagtachian
The RECS has turned 30
A nice day to celebrate and so we did with the presence of many birds, especially two winter visitors which arrived and stayed: the Dark-faced Ground-Tyrant and the Mourning Sierra-Finch. As a present the reserva seen from above by Victoria Mansilla.
Aerial view Vista aéra/Aerial view28 4 16 © Victoria Mansilla

Vista aéra/Aerial view28 4 16 © Victoria Mansilla

Vista aéra/Aerial view28 4 16 © Victoria Mansilla

Vista aéra/Aerial view28 4 16 © Victoria Mansilla
Dark-faced Ground-Tyrant
Muscisaxicola maclovianus
Dormilona cara negra/Dark-faced Ground-Tyrant5 6 16 © Silvia Vitale
Dormilona cara negra/Dark-faced Ground-Tyrant5 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Two individuals running along the pebble coast at the Meeting Point
Mourning Sierra-Finch
Phrygillus fruticeti
Yal negro/Mourning Sierra-Finch5 6 16 © Silvia Vitale
Yal negro/Mourning Sierra-Finch5 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
An individual eating along with a group of Rufous-collared Sparrows at the seating area of the Meeting Point.
Hooded Siskin
Spinus magellanicus
Cabecitanegra común/Hooded Siskin5 6 16 © Silvia Vitale
Yellow-chinned Spinetail
Certhiaxis cinammomeus
Curutié colorado/Yellow-chinned Spinetail5 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Doulbe-collared Seedeater
Sporophila caerulescens
Corbatita común/Doulbe-collared Seedeater5 6 16 © Silvia Vitale
Variable Oriole
Icterus pyrrhopterus
Boyerito/Variable Oriole5 6 16 © Silvia Vitale
Great Kiskadee
Pitangus sulphuratus
Benteveo común/Great Kiskadee5 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Monk Parakeet
Myiopsitta monachus
Cotorra/Monk Parakeet5 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Comiendo caracú
Cattle Tyrant
Machetornis rixosa
Picabuey/Cattle Tyrant5 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
More views Vista glorieta/View of pergola5 6 16 © Sergio Cusano

Vista laguna patos/View Duck Pond5 6 16 © Sergio Cusano

Vista río/View river5 6 16 © Sergio Cusano



A rainy Saturday and the RECS closed
There were only two brave assistants to the bird walk, Simón and Sergio. They walked there and back twice along the sidewalk and found 49 species. Photos were taken with the FAPP system (photos assisted by umbrellas). We share some
Chalk-browed Mockingbird
Mimus saturninus
Calandria grande/Chalk-browed Mockingbird4 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
White-tufted Grebe
Rollandia rolland
Macá común/White-tufted Grebe4 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Strange to see these grebes in alternate plumage at this time of the year. Simón and Sergio say they were building a nest. They even got out of the water
Lake Duck
Oxyura vittata
Pato zambullidor chico/Lake Duck4 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Todavía está
White-tipped Dove
Leptotila verreauxi
Yerutí común/White-tipped Dove4 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Great Grebe
Podiceps major
Macá grande/Great Grebe4 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Plumbeous Rail
Pardirallus sanguinolentus
Gallineta común/Plumbeous Rail4 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Rosy-billed Pochard
Netta peposaca
Pato picazo/Rosy-billed Pochard4 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Unicoloured Blackbird
Agelasticus cyanopus
Varillero negro/Unicoloured Blackbird4 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
Vieron cuatro o cinco varilleros negro macho
New viewpoint Nuevo mirador/New viewpoint4 6 16 © Sergio Cusano
View of Coypu Pond Vista Coipos/View Coypu Pond

Vista Coipos/View Coypu Pond4 6 16 © Sergio Cusano



Grey-throated Warbling-Finch
Poospiza cabanisi
Monterita litoraleña/Grey-throated Warbling-Finch

Monterita litoraleña/Grey-throated Warbling-Finch3 6 16 © Claudia Mon
Mourning Sierra-Finch
Phrygillus fruticeti
Yal negro/Mourning Sierra-Finch Yal negro/Mourning Sierra-Finch
Con chingolo (abajo) y con pepitero de collar (arriba)
Yal negro/Mourning Sierra-Finch3 6 16 © Claudia Mon
Sayaca Tanager
Thraupis sayaca
Celestino/Sayaca Tanager3 6 16 © Claudia Mon
Eating fruit of chinese privet
Ligustrum sinense
Face to face
Pijuí frente gris
Synallaxis frontalis
Pijuí frente gris/Sooty-fronted Spinetail3 6 16 © José Alberto Lell
Narrow-billed Woodcreeper
Lepidocolaptes angustirostris
Chinchero chico/Narrow-billed Woodcreeper3 6 16 © José Alberto Lell
Yellow-billed Cardinal
Paroaria capitata
Cardenilla/Yellow-billed Cardinal3 6 16 © Claudia Mon
Great Pampa-Finch
Embernagra platensis
Verdón/Great Pampa-Finch

Verdón/Great Pampa-Finch3 6 16 © Claudia Mon
Double-collared Seedeater
Sporophila caerulescens
Corbatita común/Double-collared Seedeater3 6 16 © José Alberto Lell
Ultramarine Grosbeak
Cyanocompsa brissonii
Reinamora grande/Ultramarine Grosbeak3 6 16 © Claudia Mon
Kelp Gull
Larus dominicanus
Gaviota cocinera/Kelp Gull3 6 16 © Claudia Mon
Adulto y juvenil
Brown-hooded Gull
Chroicocephalus maculipennis
Gaviota capucho café/Brown-hooded Gull3 6 16 © Claudia Mon
White-crested Tyrannulet
Serpophaga subcristata
Piojito común/White-crested Tyrannulet3 6 16 © Claudia Mon
Golden-crowned Warbler
Basileuterus culicivorus
Arañero coronado chico/Golden-crowned Warbler3 6 16 © José Alberto Lell