Chile – List of new birds

Our trip to Chile was never going to bring me lots of new birds, like the countries in the tropics, but the new birds would be of quality.

We travelled with Albatross Birding who were very knowledgeable, well organised and involved in the heart of lots of conservation projects in Chile.  We would highly recommend them http://www.albatross-birding.com/

Young Birder Birdgirl Mya-Rose Craig

 

Young Birder Birdgirl Mya-Rose Craig pointing out a bird

Alex Cruz Jnr and Snr

Young Birder Birdgirl Mya-Rose Craig with Fernando Diaz from Albatross Birding

 

New birds seen in Chile:

89 new birds

Lesser Horned Owl
Yellow-rumped Siskin
White-sided Hillstar
Rufous-tailed Plancutter
Cream-rumped Miner
Common Diuca Finch
Scaly-throated Earthcreeper
Chilean Mockingbird
Buff-winged Cinclodes
Black-chinned Siskin
Austral Thrush
Black-fronted Ground Tyrant
Moustached Turca
Grey-hooded Sierra Finch
Chilean Swallow
Chiloe Wigeon
White-winged Coot
Brown-hooded Gull
South American Snipe
Black-necked Swan
Austral Blackbird
Ticking Doradito
Stripe-backed Bittern
Red Shoveler
Thorn-tailed Rayadito
Chilean Seaside Cinclodes
Coscoroba Swan
Lake Duck
Red-fronted Coot
Dusky Tapaculo
Austral Negrito
Spectacled Tyrant
Red-gartered Coot
Dusky-tailed Canestero
Two-banded Plover
Magellanic Penguin
Black-faced Ibis
Imperial Shag
Short-billed Miner
Magellanic Diving Petrel
Magellanic Oystercatcher
Dolphin Gull
Magellanic Plover
Upland Goose
Flying Steamer Duck
Patagonian Yellow Finch
Ruddy-headed Goose
Ashy-headed Goose
White-bridled Finch
Fire-eyed Diucon
Rufous-chested Plover
King Penguin
Rock Shag
Austral Canestero
Dark-bellied Cinclodes
Chocolate-vented Tyrant
Band-tailed Earthcreeper
Chilean Flicker
Yellow-bridled Finch
Patagonian Mockingbird
Austral Rail
Great Shrike-tyrant
Bronze-winged Duck
Ochre-naped Ground Tyrant
Elegant Tern
Fuegian Steamer Duck
Green-backed Fire-crown
Chestnut-throated Huet Huet
Magellanic Woodpecker
White-throated Treerunner
Rufous-tailed Hawk
Slender-billed Parakeet
Austral Parakeet
Burrowing Parrot
Des Mur’s Wiretail
Patagonian Sierra Finch
Chilean Pigeon
Black-throated Huet Huet
Austral Pygmy Owl
Ochre-flanked Tapaculo
Patagonian Forest Earthcreeper
Chucao Tapaculo
Magellanic Tapaculo
Rosy-billed Pochard
Black-headed Duck
Crag Chilia
Chilean Tinamou
White-throated Tapaculo
Californian Quail

White-sided Hillstar
Photograph taken by and copyright Rodrigo Silva, Albatross Birding

Megallanic Plover

Dark-bellied Cinclodes

King Penguin

Patagonian Mockingbird
Photograph taken by and copyright Rodrigo Silva, Albatross Birding

Chocolate-vented Tyrant

Patagonian Forest Earthcreeper

White-throated Treerunner

Chilean Tinamou

Crag Chilia

 

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