Juananu Marsh

This privately owned marsh lies between the towns of Pedernales and Cojimies.  It is fed from the winter rains which fill the marsh area, during the summer months this marsh provides pressure to the underground water system so it literally provides fresh water to most of the nearby areas including the town of Cojimies.

The marsh has also isolated some forest and is home of many birds and howler monkeys.

The only way to visit is to make arrangements through Hotel Coco Solo.

Support Mangrove Action Project and Question you Shrimp on July 26th the Mangrove Action Day.

Support World Water Day on March 22nd and don’t forget about your wetlands on February 2 with World Wetlands Day.

Conservation action in Ecuador regarding mangroves and wetlands here: http://www.ccondem.org.ec

 

 

BIRDS of Juananu

 

Striated Heron

Tricolored Heron

Little-blue Heron Juvenile

Yellow-crowned  Night Heron

Striated Heron

Tricolored Heron

Little-blue Heron Juvenile

Yellow-crowned  Night Heron

Cocoi Heron

Wood Stork

Great Egret

Cocoi Heron

Wood Stork

Great Egret

Least Grebe

Pied Grebe

Fulvous Whistling Duck

Black-bellied Whistiling Duck

Least Grebe

Pied Grebe

Fulvous Whistling Duck

Black-bellied Whistiling Duck

Masked Duck

Snail Kite

Pearled Kite

Roadside Hawk

Masked Duck

Snail Kite

Pearled Kite

Roadside Hawk

Long Wattled Jacana

Common Gallinule Juvenile

Purple Gallinule Juvenile

Spooted Sandpiper

Long Wattled Jacana

Common Gallinule Juvenile

Purple Gallinule Juvenile

Spooted Sandpiper

Greater Yellowlegs

Royal Tern

Ecuadorian Ground Dove

Pallid  Dove

Greater Yellowlegs

Royal Tern

Ecuadorian Ground Dove

Pallid Dove

Grooved-billed Ani

Rufous Hummingbird

Lineated Woodpecker

Ringed Kingfisher

Grooved-billed Ani

Rufous Hummingbird

Lineated Woodpecker

Ringed Kingfisher

Green Kingfisher

Short-tailed Field Tyrant

Tropical Kingbird

Social Flycatcher

Green Kingfisher

Short-tailed Field Tyrant

Tropical Kingbird

Social Flycatcher

Peruvian Meadowlark

Seeadeater SP

Seeadeater SP

Howler Monkey

Peruvian Meadowlark

Seeadeater SP

Seeadeater SP

Howler Monkey

 

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