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Apr
04

Three nearly impossible Birds in San Pancho!

Hola amigos! Ok so we went through the 5 most wanted birds, which are species that with some luck even the casual birder can find; we learned on 5 of the most common species that even non-birders can find. Today, I will share with you some of the beauties that even the avid birders have some trouble finding, absolutely rare…. and beautiful finds.

Orange-breasted Bunting (Passerina leclancherii): this is one of the rarest and colorful finds in this area. This colorful bunting is endemic (only found) in Western Mexico and once you find tiny this buntingsky-blue with orange jewel-bird you will know what is, unmistakable! Although Orange Breasted Buntings have a limited distribution their conservation status is of Least Concern since they populations are considered stable.

Thicket Tinamou Crypturellus cinnamomeus: this is probably the rarest find, very few

Tinamou

people (mostly farmors) have seen this birds deep in the capomo forest.

They are heard sometimes, they call is a whimsical sounds that once you hear it while in the wild you know that somewhere around there is a “choncho”, as

Thicket Tinamous are locally calle.

Thicket Tinamout Voice

Blue-Hooded (Elegant) Euphonia (Euphonia elegantissima): unmistakable, this bird specieseuphonia is an absolute treat and delight to the observer`s eyes. Due to its wide distribution (from NW Mexico to Central America) this species is not considered as endangered; it is rarely found around the Nayarit State.

 

 

Three nearly impossible Birds in San Pancho!

Hola amigos! Ok so we went through the 5 most wanted birds, which are species that with some luck even the casual birder can find; we learned on 5 of the most common species that even non-birders can find. Today, I will share with you some of the beauties that even the avid birders have some trouble finding, absolutely rare…. and beautiful finds.

Orange-breasted Bunting (Passerina leclancherii): this is one of the rarest and colorful finds in this area. This colorful bunting is endemic (only found) in Western Mexico and once you find tiny this sky-blue with orange jewel-bird you will know what is, unmistakable! Although Orange Breasted Buntings have a limited distribution their conservation status is of Least Concern since they populations are considered stable.

Thicket Tinamou Crypturellus cinnamomeus: this is probably the rarest find, very few people (mostly farmors) have seen this birds deep in the capomo forest. They are heard sometimes, they call is a whimsical sounds that once you hear it while in the wild you know that somewhere around there is a “choncho”, as Thicket Tinamous are locally calle,. Thicket Tinamou Voice

Blue-Hooded (Elegant) Euphonia (Euphonia elegantissima): unmistakable, this bird species is an absolute treat and delight to the observer`s eyes. Due to its wide distribution (from NW Mexico to Central America) this species is not considered as endangered; it is rarely found around the Nayarit State.

Tres Aves casi imposibles de encontrar en San Pancho!

Hola amigos! Ok, en semanas pasadas vimos a las 5 aves más buscadas de San Pancho, que son las especies que con un poco de suerte incluso el observador de aves casual puede encontrar; hemos aprendido sobre las 5 especies más comunes que incluso los no-observadores de aves encuentran. Hoy, voy a compartir con ustedes algunas de las bellezas que incluso los observadores de aves más ávidos tienen dificultad para encontrar, aves completamente raras…y hermosas.

Azulillo Pecho Naranja (Passerina leclancherii): este es uno de los hallazgos más raros y coloridos en esta área. Esta ave es endémica (sólo se encuentra) en el oeste de México y una vez que encuentres a esta pequeña ave azul cielo con pecho naranja conocerás a una verdadera joya del mundo de las aves, es inconfundible! A pesar de los Azulillos de Pecho Naranja ienen una distribución limitada su estado de conservación es de preocupación menor, ya que las poblaciones se consideran estables.


Tinamú Canelo (Cinnamomeus Crypturellus): esta es probablemente la ave más rara y difícil de encontrar, muy pocas personas (en su mayoría campesinos) han visto estas aves, principalmente en el bosque de Capomo. A veces se logran escuchar los enigmáticos sonidos que, una vez que lo escuches estando en la selva sabes que en algún lugar hay un “Choncho”, como son llamados localmente.

Voz del Tinamú Canelo

Fruterito Elegante (Euphonia elegantissima): inconfundible, esta especie de ave es elegancia absoluta y un deleite para los ojos del observador. Debido a su amplia distribución (desde el Noroeste de México hasta América Central), esta especie no se considera en peligro de extinción, sin embargo rara vez se les encuentra en el estado de Nayarit.

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  1. dagRinajoyday says:

    Yes, probably so it is

  2. Graphics says:

    Your information Helped me Thanks you Much

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