Refugio Paz De Las Aves “Bird Show”

At 1400  MASL (4590 ft) is a medium altitude private cloud forest located between Nanegalito and the road to Mindo in kilometer 65-66. It has 30 hectares (74 acres) of primary and secondary recovering cloud forest.  There is a main trail and multiple side trails where the two brothers will take you to see the most amazing bird show in the wild.  You can see birds that would be almost impossible to see in the wild only 5 ft away!  They have trained the Giant Antpitta (called Maria), the Mustached Antpitta, the Yellow-breasted Antpitta to eat worms.   Also, there is a lek that has been performing since 2005 with the beautiful Cock-of-the-rock. There are also fruit feeders that are frequently visited by the Sickle-winged Guan, the Crimson-rumped Toucanet, the colorful Tucan Barbet, the elusive Olivaeous Piha, the Blue-winged Mountain-Tanager and the Black-chinned Mountain-Tanager.  There are humming bird feeders where it is possible to see the Velvet-purple Coronet, the Violet-tailed Sylph, the Purple-bibbed Whitetip, the Brown Inca, and the Booted Racket-tai. 

The most important fact of this place beside the birds is that the owners used to cut the forest for living and now have become forest protectors!  This grass root conservation project has to be supported by all bird lovers. 

For more information visit : www.refugiopazdelasaves.com

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Refugio Paz de las Aves

 

Refugi Paz de las Aves Fruit Feeding

First Meet the Antpitta Cast

Giant Antpitta Maria

Yellow-breasted_Antpita

Moustached Antpitta.

Giant Antpitta (Maria)

Ocre-breasted Antpitta (Shakira)

Yellow-breasted Antpitta (Willie)

Mustached Antpitta (Susanita)

Second The Neotropical Special Cast

Andean-Cock-of-the-Rock

Violet-tailed_Sylph

Andean Cock of the Rock

Orange-breasted Fruiteater

Violet-tailed Sylph

Crimson-rumped Toucanet

The Rest of the Crew

Sickle-winged_Guan

Dark-backed Wood.Quail_Odontophorus erythrops

White-throated Quail-Dove

Maroon-tailed-Parakeet_Pyrrhura-melanura

Sickle-winged Guan

Dark-backed Wood-Quail

White-throated Quail-Dove

Maroon-tailed-Parakeet

Tawny-bellied Hermit

Purple-bibbed_Whitetip

Speckled-Hummingbird_Adelomyia-melanogeny

Green Thorntail

Tawny-bellied Hermit

Purple-bibbed Whitetip

Speckled-Hummingbird

Green Thorntail

Purple-throated Woodstar

Booted-Racket-tail_Ocreatus-underwoodii

Brown-Inca_Coeligena-wilsoni

Fawn-breasted-Brilliant_Heliodoxa-gularis

Purple-throated Woodstar

Booted-Racket-tail

Brown-Inca

Fawn-breasted-Brilliant

Empress Brilliant_Heliodoxa imperatrix

Andean-Emerald

Violet-tailed_Sylph

Buff-tailed-Coronet

Empress Brilliant

Andean-Emerald

Violet-tailed Sylph

Buff-tailed-Coronet

Golden Headed Quetzal

Crested Quetzal

Toucan_Barbet

Velvet-purple Coronet

Golden Headed Quetzal

Crested Quetzal

Toucan Barbet

Red-headed Barbet

Red-headed Barbet

Crimson-rumped_Toucanet

Crimson-mantled Woodpecker

Red-headed Barbet

Red-headed Barbet

Crimson-rumped Toucanet

Crimson-mantled Woodpecker

Strong-billed Woodcreeper

Montane-Woodcreeper_Lepidocaolaptes-lacrymiger

Red-faced Spinetail_Cranioleuca erythrops

Buff-fronted-Foliage-gleaner_Philydor-rufus

Strong-billed Woodcreeper

Montane-Woodcreeper

Red-faced Spinetail

Buff-fronted Foliage gleaner

Ochre-breasted-Antpitta_Grallaricula-flavirostris

Rufous-breasted Antthrush

Giant Antpitta Maria

Moustached Antpitta.

Ochre-breasted Antpitta

Rufous-breasted Antthrush

Giant Antpitta

Moustached Antpitta.

Yellow-breasted_Antpita

White-tailed-Tyrannulet_Mecocerculus-leucophrys

Smoke-colored-Pewee_Contopus-fumitgatus

Olivaceous_Phia

Yellow-breasted Antpitta

White-tailed Tyrannulet

Smoke-colored Pewee

Olivaceous Phia

Barred-Becard_Pachyramphus-spodiurus

Orange-breasted-Fruiteater_Pipreola-jucunda

Andean-Cock-of-the-Rock

White-capped Dipper Nest

Barred-Becard

Orange-breasted Fruiteater

Andean Cock-of-the-Rock

White-capped Dipper Nest

Slate-throated-Whitestart_Myoborus-miniatus

Blackburnian-Warbler_Dendroica-fusca

Blue-winged Mountain Tanager

Black-chinned_Mountain_Tanager

Slate-throated Whitestart

Blackburnian Warbler

Blue-winged Mountain Tanager

Black-chinned
 Mountain Tanager

Beryl-spangled Tanager

Golden-naped_Tanager

Golden_Tanager

Black-capped Tanager_Tangara heinei

Beryl-spangled Tanager

Golden-naped Tanager

Golden Tanager

Black-capped Tanager

Flame-faced Tanager_Tangara parzudakii

Metallic-green Tanager_Tangara labradorides

Chestnut-crowned-Brush-Finch

 

Flame-faced Tanager

Metallic-green Tanager

Chestnut-crowned Brush-Finch

 

 

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