BIRDING CENTRAL ANDES- Rio Blanco, Paramo del Ruiz, Termales del Ruiz, Termales de San Vicente & Otun Quimbaya

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Endemic, Buffy Helmetcrest, Oxypogon stuebelii, Parque Nacional Los Nevados

Rio Blanco LODGE HAS THE AMAZING  endemic Brown-banded, Bicolored, Chestnut-crowned antpitta, Chestnut-naped ANTPITTA,  Slate-crowned Antpitta, Undulated antpitta..also the Mega rare Masked Saltator, Tyrannine Woodcreeper, Rusty faced parrot, Spillmans tapaculo, Golden-faced Redstart, Dusky Piha, Blackish tapaculo, Black-billed peppershrakers, d Buff-breasted Mountain-Tanagers, Grass-green tanager, White-capped Tanager, Powerful Woodpecker, bar bellied woodpecker, yellow vented woodpecker, Ocellated tapaculo. The stunning Black-billed Peppershrike, Plushcap, Mountain Cacique, yellow billed cacique, black collared jay. Here  feeders hummingbirds:  Tourmaline Sunangel, Buff-tailed Coronet, Speckled Hummingbird, Bronzy  Inca, Collared Inca, Mountain Velvet-breast, wedge billed hummingbird, White-bellied Woodstar and Long-tailed Sylph
With oswaldo cortes (birding guide)

The antpittas endemic: brown-banded antpitta (Grallaria milleri),  Bicolored Antpitta, Bicoloured Antpitta   (Grallaria rufocinerea), slaty-crowned antpitta (Grallaricula nana), chestnut-naped antpitta (Grallaria nuchalis), and Chestnut crown antpitta (Grallaria ruficapilla)

The mega rare - masked saltator (Saltator cinctus)  by Bogota Birding

Rusty faced parrot (Hapalopsittaca amazonina) by Bogota Birding


Western Wedge-billed Hummingbird (Schistesalbogularis) by Bogota Birding

 los Nevados National Park, in the central Andes,
Big paramo the core central andes where you can see the endemic: Buffy Helmetcrest, Rufous fronted parakeet, Paramo tapaculo,  golden-breasted puffleg (Eriocnemis mosquera), black-thighed puffleg (Eriocnemis derbyi), mountain avocetbill (Opisthoprora euryptera),  black-backed bush tanager (Urothraupis stolzmanni)Also Scarlet-bellied Mountain-tanager, Capped Conebill, Golden-crowned Tanager, Tawny Antpitta, who are very tame in this area. The habitat surrounding a glacial lagoon called Laguna Negra, afford views of Many-striped Canastero, White-tailed Hawk, Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle, Andean Tit-Spinetail, White-chinned Thistletail, Ruddy Duck, Grass Wren, and Pale-naped Brush-Finch, Paramo seedeaters , Plumbeous Sierra-Finch, and Plain-colored Seedeate

endemic:  buffy helmetcrest (Oxypogon stuebelii), black-thighed puffleg (Eriocnemis derbyi),  rainbow-bearded thornbill (Chalcostigma herrani)

Rainbow-bearded thornbill, Chalcostigma herrani, Parque Los Nevados, Central Andes, Aves de Paramo

endemic, Rufous-fronted Parakeet, Bolborhynchus ferrugineifrons, Lorito cadillero, Nevados Natural Par

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