Birds of Imbabura Province, Ecuador

This is a page about the birds we have spoted in Atuntaqui Ecuador and its province, Imbabura. This is also a work in progress. I need your help with photos and proper identification. I also want to include sound clips. If you have such please send it to me. You can do so at expatduo@ gmail . Credit for photos and sound clips are included. This page is not to brag about what I have found, but rather to help all enjoy our surroundings.


Golden-bellied Grosbeak

COMMON NAME: Golden-bellied Grosbeak

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SUMMER TANAGER

COMMON NAME: Summer Tanager

SCIENTIFIC NAME: Piranga rubra

HABITAT: In breeding season, found in open, mixed hardwood-coniferous forests and along forest edges.Breeder. Common in spring, summer, and fall, and occiasional in winter in all regions. Lowest Conservation Concern

PERSONAL OBSERVATION: I have noticed that this bird is seasonal. We have seen it during winter (December time of year.)

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American Kestral

COMMON NAME: American Kestral

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Tropical Mockingbird

COMMON NAME: Tropical Mockingbird

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PHOTOGRAPHER: Larry Smith

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Vermillion Flycatcher

COMMON NAME: Vermillion Flycatcher

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PHOTOGRAPHER: Larry Smith

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