After scoring the seedsnipes at 14,000 feet we descended the mountain. To at least 13,750 feet down to the brushiness that gives way to the seedsnipes' mountaintop tundra. I don't know the names of the juniper like bushes, but they held some unique birds.
Ever asked "What the heck is a White-chinned Thistletail?"
Well now you know. And in the next pic you can see the thistletail even...
A person might ask a similar question about a Many-striped Canestero.
And again, now you know
Everyone knows what an antpitta is. Tawny Antpitta is A LOT easier to see than most members of the family.