It has a very restricted range (An Namas to Billasimer) and very low number of birds and should probably be classified as Critically Endangered on Red Data list rather than its current Endangered status.
We went to the southwest mountains in the hope of locating birds as now the species is breeding or feeding newly fledged young so is easier to find.
We saw ten different birds at various locations and got some amazing views of a couple of them.
Trying to photograph the species is difficult, as they are nervous and stay in valleys with steep sides, moving up the hillside quickly when disturbed.
This trip we were lucky to see two birds close to the roadside and as we were in the car the birds were not afraid.
One came down and fed on a roadside verge allowing some good photos to be taken.
We returned the next day and had a similar experience allowing even better photos as the light was better.
Surprisingly, although the birds called a few times they remained mainly silent. Normally they call loudly to each other regularly.