What a Fantastic Birding Trip!!!
This February/March Boute Expeditions had a Superb Birding Trip thru. the Brazilian Northeast!
We started at the lovely Birding Lodge called “Pau Preto”.
Where we had among other birds, we watched the White-browed Antpitta, Caatinga Antwren, and, this cute White -naped Xenopsaris. Video:
From there, we also had the “every birding trip “must” to the Brazilian Northeast Birding Trip”: The Araripe Manakin. Video:
After that, we went to the Canudos Biological Reserve, the home of the – Once thought to be extinct – The Lear´s Macaw! Video:
There, we had many other birds, including the Endemic Scarlet-throated Tanager.
The next stop was the Chapada Diamantina National Park. The Sincora Antwren didn´t disappoint us, as you can see, on this video:
We combined two stops at Chapada Diamantina National Park: Lençois and Mucugê. Where the Diamantina Tapaculo offered us a perfect “private perfomance”. Video:
From there, we went to our final stop: Aruá Birding Lodge, where besides the rare of the rarest birds, such the Fringe-backed Fire-eye, we also had two encounters of rare of the rarest mammals: The Collared Sloth. Best: We found a mother holding its young baby, on its chest!!!
Moments that shall be never forgotten!!!
In time: Our next departure is scheduled for early, 2022.
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