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Ecological Reserve Ecologica El Bagual

Ecological Reserve Ecologica El Bagual
Formosa province, Chaco region.Size: 3,695 hectares
Habitat: mostly riverine forest, secondary forest, and seasonally humid steppe.

Birds & wildlife: the reserve hosts a number of threatened wildlife such as Crowned Eagle, Speckled Crake, Marsh Seedeater, Greater Rhea, Sickle-winged Nightjar, Bay-capped Wren-spinetail, Sharp-tailed Grass-tyrant, Bearded Tachuri, Lesser Grass Finch, Dark-throated Seedeater, Grey and Chestnut Seedeater, Chestnut Seedeater.

Visiting & access: This reserve is for researchers only, but access can be authorised by Aves Argentinas (please contact a few months prior to the visit) and Alparamis (reserve owner).
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Annotated Checklist of the Birds of Argentina

Annotated Checklist of the Birds of Argentina

Text in Spanish and English
The most complete and updated checklist of the Birds recorded in Argentina.
This comprehensive and meticulously researched work brings together a wealth of information, combining extensive recent data with a re-evaluation of the historical literature and a re-examination of critical museum specimens, thus providing a complete update on the status of the Argentine avifauna. The list also covers the Argentine Atlantic Territory and the South Atlantic islands.
All information is summarised with brief, cross-referenced species texts, and thus the Annotated Checklist of the Birds of Argentina doubles as a field aid and a definitive reference work, useful for both the travelling birder and likewise the dedicated ornithologist, in a single handy volume.
Juan Mazar Barnett & Mark Pearman
A complete species checklist in grid format.
Life-zone codes for every species.
The latest taxonomic and systematic developments.
An in-depth analysis of 54 hypothetical species.
Detailed notes on 34 species recorded for the first time since 1987.
Notes on the last record for 42 rarities.
An evaluation of 34 species now considered erroneous.
Listings of threatened, endemic and introduced species.164 pages,12 x 19,5 cm
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Guira Oga Reserve and Rescue Centre, Paisaje Protegido Andres Giai

Guira Oga Reserve and Rescue Centre, Paisaje Protegido Andres Giai
Iguazu, Misiones Province, paranaense rainforest. Near the Iguazu Falls.
Size: 20 hectares
Habitat: this is a reserve established mainly for educational purposes and is loaned by the Ministry of Ecology and Renewable Natural Resources to Aves Argentinas to run a rescue centre for wild birds. The habitat is a typical rainforest of the Missiones province, close to the Iguazu falls and the boundaries between Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil. Guira Oga means "The house of old birds" in the local Guarani language spoken by the Indians of the region.

Birds & wildlife: in the 20 hectares of the reserves alone over 40 tree species, 50 butterflies and 220 species of birds have been identified. Recent breeding records include Bat Falcon, Common Potoo, Red-rumped Cacique. The reserve is also home to several globally or regionally threatened and near-threatened species: Black and White Hawk-Eagle, Ornate Hawk-Eagle, Black Hawk-Eagle, Crested Eagle, Harpy Eagle, Orange-breasted Falcon, Bare-faced Curassow, Black-fronted Piping-Guan, Rusty-margined Guan, Vinaceous-breasted Parrot, Red-spectacled Parrot, Blue-winged Macaw.

Visiting & access: Entrance is free for members of Partners of BirdLife International.


Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur Buenos Aires

Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur Buenos Aires

Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur.The reserve comprises 350 hectares of lagoons and pampas vegetation and is home to over 300 species of birds. It was founded in 1985 and one million visitors each year enjoy walking its paths and watching the wildlife. Click here for map and further details...

Birds of Southern South America and Antarctica

Birds of Southern South America and Antarctica

• The only field guide to describe every bird species you may see in Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay, southern Brazil and southern Bolivia.
• over 1000 species are illustrated in colour. For many species the female or juvenile is shown in addition to the adult male.
• Each species is described on pages opposite the illustrations allowing for quick and easy reference. The text describes each bird's key identification features, its usual habitat and the sound it makes.
• Each species is also illustrated with a map showing where it can be found and how common it is.
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