Birding in Colombia 2014

with Jackie and Elston
Golden-headed Quetzal
Colombia has the largest bird list of any country in the world with over 1850 recorded species. That is more than all of North
America and Europe combined! Our birding trip was mostly in the Cloud Forests in the vicinity of Cali, Colombia in the western
and central Andes. The pictures are for the most part listed in the order we saw the birds over a 12 day period.
Highland Motmot
Golden Tanager
Andean Cock-of-the-rock
Blue-gray Tanager
Blue-winged Mountain-Tanager
Golden Tanager
Black-billed Thrush
Summer Tanager
Buff-tailed Coronet
Fawn-breasted Brilliant
Flamed-rumped Tanager
Black-billed Thrush
Saffron-crowned Tanager
Blue-capped Tanager
Eared Dove
Andean Emerald
Golden-naped Tanager
Pied Water-Tyrant
Common Potoo
Spectacled Parrotlets are a group of the smallest New World parrot species.
Yellow-headed Caracara bullying another caracara
Lesser Nighthawk
Long-tailed Sylph
Cocoi Heron
Blue-Gray Tanager