I will continue the story about one of the oases among the desert landscapes of western Peru. Since I showed the basic information and pictures with landscapes in the first part, today I will briefly dwell on other species that live in revived mountain gorges, surrounded by bare sand and stones. I must say that the number of species here is not at all great. But, as I mentioned earlier, many of them are unique in that they are found nowhere else but these areas. And since the number of such oases is not off scale, most of the endemic species are also quite rare at the same time.
Perhaps you can start with the cactus canastero. A small restless bird from the family of stove-makers, Furnariidae.
It is the size of our wren, and outwardly the similarity is caught. But stove-makers as a whole, and even more so canasteros in particular, are completely not related to wrens, thymelia or thrush, which they vaguely resemble. This is a very peculiar group of almost exclusively South American birds, known for their outstanding ability to build large nesting houses from clay and mud. Such ball-shaped structures often have several chambers - almost multi-room apartments
with separate bathroom, library, nursery and two bedrooms for parents!
Cactus canastero, Pseudasthenes cactorum.
this Furnariidae, Lomas de Lachay Game Reserve, Peru.
Canastero is a Spanish word that can be translated as "basket-pot". But since calling a bird by such a name somehow does not turn the tongue, then a mysterious, highly exotic "canastero" is probably more acceptable, especially since local names are always, in my opinion, preferable to "translated cripples". However, already knowing the translation, the question of the origin of the name remains no less relevant! However, looking at the next couple of pictures, I think you yourself can answer this puzzle.
In these pictures, the nest of the cactus canastero. From them it is clear, firstly, why it is cactus, and secondly, why it is a basket-maker. The nest resembles a basket very much to the locals. Here I do not presume to comment, probably they have their own, exclusively South American ideas about baskets. But since we borrowed this name from them, we will assume that this is so. In general, we were very pleased with this find - when traveling without guides, it is not often possible to find rare species of birds. In the tropics, they are distributed extremely sporadically, and without a guide who knows the sweet spots, you can only find yourself by chance. And here we not only found the birds themselves, but also their nest, by the way with the clutch.
The Canasteros build several nests on the site, but use one. They are very fond of cacti for this - no one wants to climb there,
except for abnormal bird watchers... It is difficult to estimate the size of the building from the top photographs, but if you look at another one below, you can imagine all the passion of these birds for gigantomania, although only the upper third of the "basket" is visible, but there is a bird's head for scale. In relation to the bird itself, looking out of the entrance, the nest is simply gigantic. For comparison, this is if our wren suddenly decides to build a "small" nest about the size of a magpie. The nest itself is placed at the very bottom, so it took us a lot of work, swearing from unbearable cactus thorns, to get to it and look inside.
Of other interesting species, pictures of which
although it is a shame for the quality, but the interesting is still more important may interest poultry-lovers I will show an interesting tyrant. Earlier, showing something and talking about South American birds, I always tried to emphasize their uniqueness. The basis of the native fauna of South America is made up of screaming passerines - this is a kind of group that is very different from our songbirds. After the split of Gondwana, they were isolated from the rest of the world for tens of millions of years. While song passerines multiplied and flourished in Africa, Asia and Australia, displacing a few slow-witted screams from almost everywhere, in South America the latter "bloomed and smelled" without competition. And during this time, they have successfully created such external copies of birds so familiar to us - "flycatchers", "wheatears", "robins", "ravens", "pikas", "replenishment", etc. The first European naturalists who came to South America did not bother with inventing names for new birds - since it looks like a flycatcher, it means a flycatcher! Here, however, a variant of a kind of laziness is still possible, as a result, the Anglo-Saxons have a third of all passerines wabler's, one more third - chat's and everyone else flycatcher - easy and convenient. porridge is true in the head, but these are side effects!
So this digression simply means that despite all the similarity of the birds that will be in the pictures, you need to keep in mind that this is only outwardly. and no more)))
Short-tailed flycatcher, Muscigralla brevicauda,
this Tyrannidae, Lomas de Lachay Game Reserve, Peru.
Thick-billed mole rat, Geositta crassirostris,
this Furnariidae, Lomas de Lachay Game Reserve, Peru.
One more representative of the stovenikov family, but as the name implies, he does not build either "ovens" or "baskets", but is engaged in earthworks - he digs rather long holes in the ground, where he arranges nests. In some cases, in nesting chambers, certain species build spherical nests, i.e. even underground! Eh, habit is second nature!
Coastal excavator, Geositta peruviana,
this Furnariidae, Lomas de Lachay Game Reserve, Peru.
This comrade was caught just at work. His burrow is a little closer to us, and the sand around is the result of labor. By the way, these bald spots are used by males of mole rats during mating demonstrations - why should the good be wasted in vain!
It is clear that in such unfavorable conditions the species composition of birds cannot be very diverse, this is not a tropical forest with a bunch of ecological niches, and we were surprised that its own kind of hummingbird lives here in the desert. Of course, there are very few of them here, during the route during several hours we met only them twice. According to the literature, this species has unusually large territories, exceeding the territory of, for example, forest hummingbirds by 3-4 times. This is quite understandable, since there is an order of magnitude less food for hummingbirds! By the way, they feed here mainly on insects (again, according to literature)
Oasis hummingbird, Rhodopis vesper (sorry strong crop).
Well, in conclusion, one cannot fail to show the bird that I wanted to find more than others on the west coast of Peru. Knowing that she loves such deserted places and often keeps along the roads (maybe picks up knocked down insects?), We slobber all the side windows in the car, peering vigilantly into the monotonous gray-yellow sand along the highway in the hope of seeing her. But the windows were dim, the eyes were watering, they closed from convulsions, and the desired bird was never there. But already on the way back we liked the small stream bed. It completely dried up, turning into a typical African wadi, and the fact that there was once water here was indicated only by the unevenness of the relief and a rare curb of shrubs along the banks of the barely guessed channel.
Quite luckily, we walked several hundred meters along the channel, scaring them out of the bushes every fifty meters along the nightjar. Gradually, our companions lagged behind me and Alexei, and for some reason we stubbornly went forward! This happens, it seems that for a long time nothing portends a result, but you stubbornly continue to walk, as if your inner instinct tells you that it is not in vain! And so it was this time! Turning along the next bend of the channel, we came to a flat area, where more than 30 Peruvian avdotoks were feeding! We had little hope of finding at least one, but here.
Peruvian Avdotka, Burhinus superciliaris.
Naturally, they noticed us and did everything possible to get away, but we still managed to make some shots. And then we lay for a long time and watched them, hiding behind all sorts of irregularities in the relief, and the avdotkas even returned back after a while, in my opinion, out of pure curiosity - when else will you see strange gringos lying in the mud and sand ?!
By the way, the nightjars turned out to be very interesting too! At first it was thought that these were ordinary wintering North American ones, but then it turned out that they were not, and we were lucky to meet a local rare species, and besides, there was also a nest with chicks. However, this is already a different and funny, and at the same time sad story still kept between the members of the expedition.
Short-winged nightjar, Chordeiles acutipennis.
In this story, in addition to my photographs, I used photographs of Alexei Mosalov - a friend and companion on many trips.
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- Geositta crassirostris P. L. Sclater, 1866 - Thick-billed stove-digger
- Geositta antarctica Landbeck, 1880 - Short-billed stove-digger
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- Geositta isabellina Philippi et Landbeck, 1864 - Light-lumbar stove-digger
- Geositta saxicolina Taczanowski, 1875 - Black-winged stove-digger
- Geositta cunicularia Vieillot, 1816 - Rabbit stove-digger
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