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Checklist S37257529

 
Location
Lago Yarinacocha, Ucayali, PE ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Tue Jul 09, 1974
Protocol:
Historical
Party Size:
20
Observers:
Paule Hjertaas
Comments:
I took a birding trip with the Mass Audubon Society from 30 June 1974 to 24 or 25 July 1974. The trip leaders were Peter Alden (Mass Audubon) and John O'Neil (Louisiana State University), both experienced birders in Peru. We flew into Pucallpa on 9 July, 1974 and stayed at a lodge by Lake Yarinacocha. We flew out on 12 July. We took a boat tour on Lake Yarinacocha late afternoon on the 9th. We traveled by boat again on the 10th, my notes say on Lake Yarinacocha. On the morning of the 11th, we went by boat to the community of San Francisco, which I cannot find on maps but my notes say is also on Lake Yarinacocha. I mostly did not write dates besides the bird species so I will assign them to the 9th, unless there is a date, in which case they will be on a list for the date.
stayed at Hotel La Cabana, Pucallpa. "Program over the next 3 days will involve boat trips to various parts of the lake and will include visits up little creeks, walk through heavy tropical forest and visits to Indian spots."
Species
51 species total
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"The Amazonian trogon (Trogon ramonianus), is a near passerine bird in the trogon family, Trogonidae. It is found in humid forests in the Amazon of South America. Until recently, the Amazonian trogon was considered a subspecies of the violaceous trogon (T. violaceous)." Wikipedia. checklist indicates Violaceous Trogon.

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"The Purus jacamar (Galbalcyrhynchus purusianus) or chestnut jacamar is a species of bird in the Galbulidae family." Wikipedia. Checklist says Chestnut Jacamar.

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Age & Sex
Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
Male 1
Female 1
Sex Unknown
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Probable. "The eastern sirystes has been split into the following species:
Sibilant sirystes Sirystes sibilator
White-rumped sirystes Sirystes albocinereus
Todd's sirystes Sirystes subcanescens" Wikipedia. Cchecklist indicates Sirystes.

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Age & Sex
Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
Male
Female 1
Sex Unknown
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Are you submitting a complete checklist of the birds you were able to identify?

No