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AMAGUSA BIRD FEEDERS

 

Banana Feeders for Tanagers

If you are a photographer and want to get the best photos of Choco Endemic birds then you have come to the best place.  Probably this is the only place in the world where you can see and photograph the Moss-back, the Glistening-green, the Black-chinned, and the Rofous-throated tanagers at close range. 

Beside these four great birds there are multiple other birds that come to the feeders regularly such as the Golden-naped Tanager, Flame-faced Tanager, Golden-collared Honeycreaper,Crimson-rumped Toucane, Black-winged Saltator and even the Orange-brested Fruiteater!  On many ocations you will also find the exquisite Rose-faced Parrots at close range in the banana plantation behind the feeders.

 

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Moss-backed Tanager

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Glistening-green Tanager

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Rufous-throated Tanager

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Black-chinned Mountain Tanager

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Orange-breasted Fruiteater

 

 

Hummingbird Feeders

And if that was not enough Amagusa also maintains some great hummingbird feeders where you can have your close encounter with the Empress Brilliant, Velvet-purple Coronet, Violet-tailed Sylph, Brown Inca, Purple bibbed Whitetip, White-wiskered Hermit.  Also you may encounter the Tawnny-bellied Hermi, the Wedge-billed Hummingbird and others in the near by flowers and forest.

 

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