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From The Banks Of The Uruguay River To The Atlantic Coast

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Uruguay 8 Days
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Curve-billed Reedhaunter
Limnornis curvirostris: considered pampas’s endemic. Patches in Uruguay, South Brazil, northeast Argentina. Uncommon in all the area. Restricted at healthy reed beds, marshes with Tiririca (Cyperus rotundus, C.esculentus). Difficult to see, usually inside dense vegetation, sometimes hope above. Usually alone or in pairs. Without apparent dimorphisms.
Sulphur-bearded Spinetail
Cranioleuca sulphurifera: considered pampas’s endemic. Patches in Uruguay, South Brazil, northeast Argentina. Uncommon. In marsh, rarely far away from water. Tall grass and reed beds, always inside vegetation. Located by its call. Usually in pairs. Without apparent dimorphisms.
Hudson’s Canastero
Asthenes hudsoni: considered pampas’s endemic. Uruguay, South Brazil, northeast Argentina. Uncommon. Moves and forages in areas with short grass and sings nearby or over tall grass. Almost always in land. Without apparent dimorphisms.
Marsh seedeater
Sporophila palustris: considered pampas’s endemic. Patches in Uruguay, South Brazil, northeast Argentina and Paraguay. Endangered Status. Scarce population and very restricted to healthy and tall grassland close to marshes. Migratory. Moves in small flocks, sometimes mixed with other seedeaters.
Chestnut Seedeater
Sporophila cinnamomea: considered pampas’s endemic. Uruguay, South Brazil, northeast Argentina and Paraguay. Threatened Status. Uncommon. Migratory. Restricted to tall grassland close to marshes, usually near water. Sometimes roadside in rural areas. Moves in small flocks, sometimes mixed with other seedeaters.
Pampas Meadowlark
Sternulla defilippii: considered pampas’s endemic. Uruguay and northeast Argentina Threatened Status. Very rare in native grassland. Mainly in dry pampas’. In couples in springtime doing aerial display. Flocks in winter forage on the ground. Usually shy.

All of Guyrapyta Birdwatching Uruguay lodgings, situated in pristine corners of the country are family ranches whose main income derives from sustainable stockbreeding and ecotourism.  These lodgings are respectful of the environment and the native fauna and flora. For more information click here: www.alianzadelpastizal.org

  • Amazing Itinerary through the Pampas' country
    From The Banks Of The Uruguay River To The Atlantic Coast
    Dani Díaz-Diethelm6 Jul 2019
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    Amazing Itinerary through the Pampas' country. An amazing trip to know the most important environments of Uruguay in a few days. We reached a nice bird list of 226!
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