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  • Some unique species found in this ecoregion are the Mexican parrotlet (Forpus cyanopygius), rufous-bellied chachalaca (Ortalis wagleri) and San Blas jay (Cyanocorax sanblasianus).

    Jalisco dry forests

  • The Park is an important breeding area for the pinkbacked pelican Pelecanus rufescens, white pelican P. onocrotalus, African fish-eagle Haliaeetus vocifer, Caspian tern Hydroprogne caspia, goliath heron Ardea goliath, rufous-bellied heron Butorides rufiventris, yellowbilled stork Mycteria ibis, pygmy goose Nettapus auritus, collared pratincole Glareola pratincola and greyrumped swallow Pseudohirondo griseopyga.

    Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, South Africa

  • Two other species of pied woodpecker are common in the hills -- the rufous-bellied (_Hypopicus hypererythrus_) and the Western

    Birds of the Indian Hills

  • The rufous-bellied niltava (_Niltava sundara_) or fairy blue-chat, as Jerdon calls it, is the kind of bird one would expect to find in fairyland.

    Birds of the Indian Hills

  • In addition to the rufous-bellied niltava, two other niltavas occur in the Eastern Himalayas.

    Birds of the Indian Hills

  • Of the woodpeckers mentioned as common in the Western Himalayas, the only one likely to be seen at Darjeeling is _Hypopicus hypererythrus_ -- the rufous-bellied pied woodpecker, and this is by no means common.

    Birds of the Indian Hills

  • The rufous abdomen serves to differentiate the rufous-bellied from the Western Himalayan species.

    Birds of the Indian Hills

  • The rufous-bellied munia (_Uroloncha pectoralis_) occurs abundantly a little below Coonoor, but does not appear to ascend so high as

    Birds of the Indian Hills

  • Endemic birds found in this ecoregion include the endangered Cochabamba mountain-finch (Poospiza garleppi); the maquis canastero (Asthenes heterura), rufous-bellied saltator (Saltator rufiventris), and chesnut canastero (Asthenes steinbachi) classified as vulnerable; the wedge-tailed hillstar (Oreotrochilus adela) and Tucuman mountain-finch (Poospiza baeri), classified as near threatened; and the citron-headed yellow-finch (Sicalis luteocephala) and bare-eyed ground-dove (Metriopelia morenoi), classified as a species of least concern.

    Central Andean dry puna

  • Peruvian — purple — red-headed — rock — rufous-bellied headed — 57t St. Domingo

    A general synopsis of birds [microform]

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    August 19, 2009

  • Was he impersonating a garlanda defuncta?

    August 15, 2009

  • I saw a Rufous-Bellied Wainwright last spring.

    August 15, 2009