Published: Sun, July 16, 2017
World | By Lorena Waters

Sightings - Reserva Amazonica

On the part of their bird observation training, three interpreters; Percy Ccopa, Wilson Escalante, Elias Leon, took an afternoon tour towards the road that takes you to "La Cachuela" town. Two motorcycles, bird books and binoculars where needed. The explorer guides went up to kilometer 7 and began their birdwathcing day. The climate favored. The explorer guides needed to make a bird list since they were out for approximately 2 hours and did not want to forget a single bird that crossed their binoculars.

Here the list of birds that were observed: P>

The genus Fleischmannia in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil and Paraguay (Eupatorieae, Asteraceae)
An additional distinction of the new species seems to be the shorter corollas and much shorter anther thecae. Many of the other specimens were also given that name.

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They worked with hummingbirds of the Calypte Anna species, one of the most common on the university's campus. And the horizontal flowers are more exposed to rain, which can dilute the amount of nectar in a flower.

Gardening, plants and their care: STROMANTHE 'TRIO STAR' Stromanthe sanguinea
They are very sensitive to the low temperatures, so much that they do not have to lower of 18 ° C in the winter period. Long stems carry flowers, yellow, red or white depending on the species and provided with irregularly colored bracts.

As an extra bonus, the explorer guides you to spot important and rare birds during their birdwatching afternoon. Southern Caracara / Southern Lapwing Vanellus chilensis / Small-billed Tinamou (< Crypturellus transfasciatus) / Purus Jacamar (Gallbalcyrnhynchus perusianus) / Purplish Jay (Cyanocorax cyanomelas) / Hooded Tanager / Long Tailed Tryant (Colonia colonus)

Great day, awesome training !!

César Alfredo Vásquez | Inkaterra Explore Guide | Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica

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