ITABO RESERVE

PARAGUAY

ITABO (Compass)

Lat:00o00´S/00o00´W ha Atlantic forest msl 
Protected/registered status 
Best Time for visit (time visited) 


Birding Site Guide

On a recent tour with Paul Smith. Highlights included a mixed flock with species such as Wing-barred Piprites and Black-crowned Tityra, a Slaty-breasted Wood-rail, Long-tailed Tyrant, several pairs of Spot-billed Toucanet which reacted strongly to recordings of their call, noisy pairs of Buff-bellied Puffbird and Robust Woodpecker. A pair of Ruddy Quali-dove hung around to give fantastic views and a King Vulture was so heavy that it snapped a canopy branch that it tried to land on and had to pump its wings audibly to remain airborne. 


Species Notes 

Other Fauna 
A total of -- species of mammals. 

There are -- recorded species of amphibians and reptiles. 

Flora 

Author: Paul Smith

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