Wow! Only a few short weeks left to an epic 2-week trip. Want to get in on an Independence Day Deal? How about $300 off? Yesssss! Now here’s the scoop: When you call to make your reservations, just mention you saw the $300 off here at Greg Miller Birding website! Got that? Cool. So sign up for Ecuador now at Wildside Nature Tours!
Wanna see some more Ecuadorian birds? Ok. Here we go thanks to more drool-worthy photos from Kevin Loughlin.
A Cream-colored Woodpecker? Cool. Listen to a Cream-colored Woodpecker recorded in Ecuador here at xeno-canto.org: Cream-colored Woodpecker.
And check out this snazzy Toucan Barbet. Listen to one here: Toucan Barbet
Warblers? Ecuador has warblers! This Three-striped Warbler looks a little like our Worm-eating Warbler. Listen to it here: Three-striped Warbler
Speckled Hummingbird–one of the bazillions of hummers in Ecuador! Wanna listen to one? Here ya go: Speckled Hummingbird
This Masked Trogon is really impressive. It’s song is fascinating, too. Masked Trogon
And this Masked Flowerpiercer is one of my favorites! That color is EPIC blue! Listen to it here: Masked Flowerpiercer
Green Thorntail is an interesting name. Thorntail? Does it have a prickly tail? Listen to one here: Green Thorntail
Toucans have always been of great interest to me. Just look at this Gray-breasted Mountain Toucan! And now you can listen to one, too. Gray-breasted Mountain Toucan
Look! A Virginia Rail! Haha! I think I just heard the Ecuadorian Buzzer of Failure. Beeeep! Wrong-o! Yes. Virginia Rail would be a wrong identification. This is an Ecuadorian Rail. Listen to its call: Ecuadorian Rail
Hey! Is this a Crazy Chicken? Umm. Nooope. (Don’t make me break out that Ecuadorian Buzzer of Failure!) It is a Hoatzin! Listen to it here: Hoatzin