Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Now you've heard of them

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.

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