One is never alone in this area, for the ejido lands are divided into separate lots and, at this time of year, are worked by the families of Arocutin. We encountered several friendly individuals as we made our way to the end of the road.
Thursday, September 11, 2008
Trip Report - Arocutin Ejido Lands
After several days of rainy and chilly weather, we were treated to a gloriously sunny day for this half day trip into Arocutin's ejido lands.
after spotting several Gray silky-flycatchers.
That Pam - she sure could get on a bird quickly.
The end of the road. I mentioned how rainy it has been, didn't I?!
No doubt, serious birders would add more species by walking the road and starting a bit earlier.
Fifteen species were seen/heard on this trip:
Number 15 was a mystery bird of the day: either a Black-chinned or Ruby-Throated hummingbird. Definitely not one of our usual suspects. Small size, black and straight bill, pale throat and chest, white outer tail feathers, gold-green irridescent back.