The most diverse reserves were Narupa with 222 species, Buenaventura with 171 species and Canandé with 163 species. Among the most interesting birds recorded are, Black Tinamou and Harpy Eagle at Narupa, Andean Condor and Andean Ibis at Antisanilla, Golden-plumed Parakeet and White-breasted Parakeet at Tapichalaca, El Oro Parakeet at Buenaventura, Sapayoa at Canandé, Pale-headed Brush-Finch at Yunguilla, and Imperial Snipe at Yanacocha.
In addition, there were migratory species such as Blue-winged Teal, Yellow-green Vireo, Black-and-white Warbler, Blackburnian Warbler, Blackpoll Warbler, Scarlet Tanager and Summer Tanager.
The mammals could not miss, we observed Spectacled Bears and Deers at Antisanilla, Spider Monkeys, Howlers and Sloths at Canandé, also feline tracks of pumas and tigrillos at Canandé and Narupa.
The biodiversity present at the reserves of the Jocotoco Foundation is awesome, we continue working for the habitat protection of threatened species.
We thank all the people who participated.
Do not miss our photo gallery of the BIRDBLITZ 2016.