Day 10: Guango Lodge to San Isidro

Spent a couple of hours in a hide before breakfast, and saw the birds in the first 3 photos, then a walk down to the river seeking Torrent Ducks, which was the first unsuccessful bird search of the trip. Then heading further east, to the San Isidro, down to an elevation of about 2,000 m, the Lodge is situated in what is mostly primary forest, in a reserve area of 3,000 hectares.

Mountain Cacique

Turquoise Jay, I know he’s not really turquoise, but “Blue Jay” was already taken.

Green Jay. The sexes are very similar, I think this is a male as the tuft of feathers above the beak is bluish.

Gray-browed Scrubfinch, found a tasty insect to eat.

Pearled Treerunner

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