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End of a great tour!

So that’s it, unfortunately our current tour has just come to end with 10 days of excellent birding and great company based at Itororo Lodge! We finished having seen 285 species of which 98 were Atlantic forest endemics! Below is a photo of one of those taken today on the White trail in the Itororo Lodge grounds…..White-breasted Tapaculo (Andy Foster)

Last full day of the tour….

Another fun days birding yesterday with highlights including Hooded Berryeater, Chestnut-headed Tanager, Mantled Hawk, Black and White Hawk Eagle, White-breasted Tapaculo, DRab-breasted Bamboo Tyrant, Giant Antshrike, Rufous-tailed Antthrush, Rufous-backed Antvireo, Bertoni’s Antbird, Black and Gold Cotinga, Shear-tailed Grey Tyrant, Velvety Black Tyrant and Dusky-tailed Antbird! Photos from yesterday included Hooded Berryeater (Andy Foster)

Tour continues…..

Our current tour continues with some wonderful birding. We have experienced some heavy summer rains but thankfully usually towards the end of of each day so it hasnt affected the birding too much! A few more photos from the last couple of days, birding on the edge of a huge thunder storm (without getting wet!), White-barred Piculet and Sharpbill (record shot) (Andy Foster)

Open country birding

As our tour continues we have just returned from a day of open country birding, a nice contrast having spent the last 4 days surrounded by forest! As always we saw lots of spectacular birds including Three-toed Jacamar, Black-necked Aracari, Serra Antwren, White-barred Piculet, Red-legged Seriema, White-eared Puffbird, Sapphire-spangled Emerald, Streamer-tailed Tyrant, Sharp-tailed Streamcreeper, Blackish Rail, Gilt-edged Tanager and Tawny-headed Swallow. Photos from today include Itororo Lodge at dawn, Sapphire-spangled Emerald and Savanna Hawk (Andy Foster)

Tour continues….

Our current tour continues with another couple of productive days in the field birding Macae de Cima and the Cedae Trail. Lots of great birds! A few photos from the last couple of days, Black-billed Scythebill, Pin-tailed Manakin and Rufous-headed Tanager (Andy Foster)

Fantastic birding!

Just finished the second full day of our current tour here at Itororo Lodge, all going really well with plenty of great birds, 3 of which are photographed below….. Variegated Antpitta, Green-crowned Plovercrest and Diademed Tanager (Andy Foster)

New tours begin!

After a great break over christmas and the new year period we are ready to roll again with the start of a new tour based at the wonderful Itororo Lodge! Hoping to find some great birds over the coming weeks! Photo below is a Streaked Xenops from the Naturetrek tour in December 2019, trip report coming soon.