Category Archives: Ecuador

Collared Inca


Apodiformes

Place: Guango hummingbird sanctuary, Ecuador
Date: 6 August 2010.



[Coeligena torquata, Family Trochilidae, Order Apodiformes, Wikipedia Entry: Collared inca]

The sound of the collared inca (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Mitch Lysinger)

Smooth-billed Ani


Cuculiformes

Place: Guayaquil, Ecuador
Dates: 20 August 2010.



[Crotophaga ani, Family Cuculidae, Order Cuculiformes, Wikipedia Entry: Smooth-billed ani]

The sound of the smooth-billed ani (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Patricio Mena Valenzuela)

Sword-billed Hummingbird


Apodiformes

Place: Guango hummingbird sanctuary, Ecuador
Date: 6 August 2010.


[Ensifera ensifera, Family Trochilidae, Order Apodiformes, Wikipedia Entry: Sword-billed hummingbird]

The sound of the sword-billed hummingbird (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Mitch Lysinger)

Yellow-crowned Night Heron


Pelecaniformes

Place: Espanola, Galapagos
Date: 13 August 2010.


Place: Genovesa, Galapagos
Date: 17 August 2010.



Place: Parque Seminario, Guayaquil, Ecuador
Date: 20 August 2010.



[Nyctanassa violacea, Family Ardeidae, Order Pelecaniformes, Wikipedia Entry: Yellow-crowned night heron]

The sound of the yellow-crowned night heron (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist John V. Moore)

Mealy Amazon


Psittaciformes

Place: El Jardin Aleman, Ecuador
Date: 7 August 2010.




[Amazona farinosa, Family Psittacidae, Order Psittaciformes, Wikipedia Entry: Mealy amazon]

The sound of the mealy amazon (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Allen T. Chartier)

Long-tailed Sylph


Apodiformes

Place: Guango hummingbird sanctuary, Ecuador
Date: 6 August 2010.


[Aglaiocercus kingii, Family Trochilidae, Order Apodiformes, Wikipedia Entry: Long-tailed sylph]

The sound of the long-tailed sylph (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Jonas Nilsson)

Orange-winged Amazon


Psittaciformes

Place: El Jardin Aleman, Ecuador
Date: 7 August 2010.


[Amazona amazonica, Family Psittacidae, Order Psittaciformes, Wikipedia Entry: Orange-winged amazon]

The sound of the orange-winged amazon (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Mitch Lysinger)