Beija-flor-tesoura-verde / Thalurania furcata

Birding in Brazil – time to leave the Serra da Canastra National Park

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Before leaving, we tried the humminbirds once again.

I could get the photos below.

 

 

Fork-tailed Woodnymph/ Thalurania furcata
Sapphire-spangled Emerald/ Amazilia lactea

And and we were on the road, a final photo: thePlumbeous Seedeater, which I tried during the prior four days.

Plumbeous Seedeater/ Sporophila plumbea

With this photo, I finish the trip to Serra da Canastra National Park.

If you missed the prior reports, please check here for day 1, day 2, day 3 and day 4.

 

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Jefferson Silva

Jefferson R. de O. e Silva

Jefferson Silva is based in Brazil and is a project manager for software development projects. He has been birding since 2004. Jefferson has created the first Brazilian birding website, which was kept running from 2005 to 2009. He has created the birding group for Campinas and region, with around 20 members. Since 2011, Jefferson has traveled searching for new species, photographing as many as he can, and sharing all experiences, trying to make people understand how important any form of life is.

Jefferson Silva

Jefferson Silva

Jefferson Silva is based in Brazil and is a project manager for software development projects. He has been birding since 2004. Jefferson has created the first Brazilian birding website, which was kept running from 2005 to 2009. He has created the birding group for Campinas and region, with around 20 members. Since 2011, Jefferson has traveled searching for new species, photographing as many as he can, and sharing all experiences, trying to make people understand how important any form of life is.

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