White-bellied Antpitta (Grallaria hypoleuca)

This is from the feeding area closest to the lodge and the second species of Antpitta that is now domesticated enough to both accept worms from humans as well as spectators.

Without the efforts of the lodge (and other parks in Ecuador) it would be much harder to see them, and most would have to settle with their remarkable calls.
White-bellied Antpitta (Grallaria hypoleuca)

It sounds like this:

Altitude 2106 metres.


Last updated on 19 July 2021