The top 15 of most observed birds in the monitoring 2018 is completed by:
4) Toucan Barbet (Semnornis ramphastinus ): 144 observations
5) Dusky Chlorospingus (Chlorospingus semifuscus): 129 observations
6) Slate-throated Whitestart (Myioborus miniatus): 126 observations
7) Rufous-breasted Antthrush (Formicarius rufipectus): 121 observations
8) Golden Tanager (Tangara arthus): 114 observations
9) Andean Solitaire (Myadestes ralloides): 99 observations
9) Booted Racke-tail (Ocreatus underwoodii): 99 observations
11) Blue-winged Mountain-Tanager (Anisognathus somptuosus): 96 observations
12) Band-tailed Pigeon (Patagioenas fasciata): 95 observations
13) Brown Inca (Coeligena wilsoni): 94 observations
14) Beryl-spangled Tanager (Tangara nigroviridis): 80 observations
15) Golden-headed Quetzal (Pharomachrus auriceps): 73 observations.
It’s no surprise that many of the species in the Top 15 are not only widespread across the reserve, but also very vocal. Taking into account heard-observations for such a monitoring of course produces a bias towards very vocal and particularly loud species.