Fantastic birds of Ecuador will make you fall in love with this country
Ecuador is a small country in South America but its natural world is incredibly diverse: it is quite common to meet any of the rarest birds here. Once you see its cloud forests with your own eyes you'll be dreaming to visit them again.
Ecuador is home to almost 2000 bird species many of which are endemic to this region. It is a small country however its biodiversity is the largest in the world. Some birds live here all the year-round, others come to these places to raise nestlings or to spend a winter. It is an unforgettable experience to see these species in their natural habitat without cages, walking through rarest plants near breathtaking waterfalls. Let's discover one of the best birdwatching places in the world together.
#1 Velvet-Purple Coronet, a species of hummingbird
#2 Magnificent Frigatebird
#3 White-throated Toucan
#4 Chesnut-mandibled Toucan
#5 Rufous Motmot
#6 Violet-tailed Sylph, a long tailed hummingbird
#7 Harpy Eagle
#8 Red-footed booby
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#9 One more hummingbird - gorgeous Gorgeted Sunangel!
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