Tumbes Sparrow

The Tumbes Sparrow is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Tumbes Sparrow (Aimophila stolzmanni) is a species of bird in the Emberizidae family. It is found in Ecuador and Peru. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical dry shrubland. References - * BirdLife International 2004. Aimophila stolzmanni. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 25 July 2007. More

The Tumbes Sparrow is quite nicely marked on the face - more like the Rufous-winged Sparrow than the bland Cassin's and Botteri's sparrows. We also saw a Guayaquil Squirrel. Arrived back at Limon at 11:10 a.m. Sad Note: When I got up this morning and got ready for the morning hike, I couldn't find my camera. It wasn't in my fanny pack and it wasn't on my bus seat where I often left it if I wasn't using it. More

Sulphur-throated Finch and Tumbes Sparrow can be found. We will overnight at Olmos at El Remanso Hotel. Day 2 In our second day we will visit the legendary foothill dry forests at Quebrada Frejolillo near Limón village, where our local guide Lino Rico will come with us for hike up into the canyon looking for White-winged Guan, a Cracid considered extinct for a hundred years and rediscovered in 1977. More

Tumbes Sparrow, Aimophila stolzmanni Common Querpon Black-capped Sparrow, Arremon abeillei 1 Tumbes National Forest, 2+ Olmos – Jaen Rufous-naped Brush-Finch, Atlapetes rufinucha Several Pomacocha, Abra Patricia and near Leimebamba Slaty Brush-Finch, Atlapetes schistaceus 3 Carpish tunnel, 5 Bosque Onchog Bay-crowned Brush-Finch, Atlapetes seebohmi 10 Jaen, common San Damian Rusty-bellied Brush-Finch, Atlapetes nationi 4 Seques Pampa White-winged Brush-Finch, Atlapetes leucopterus Common Olmos – Jaen White-headed Brush-Finch, Atlapetes albiceps 4 More

Tumbes Sparrow, Peru, El Tocto October 2005 © Colin Bushell - TOUCAN BIRDING TOURS Neotropical Birding Tours Tumbes Sparrow - Tumbes Sparrow, Ecuador, El Empalme 05 May 2005 © Mark Gurney Tumbesian restricted-range species. Tumbes Sparrow - Tumbes Sparrow, Ecuador, Catamayo Sept. More

Tumbes Sparrow (Aimophila stolzmanni) - Surprisingly, just one, in arid scrub north of Olmos. Yellow-browed Sparrow (Ammodramus aurifrons) Rufous-collared Sparrow (Zonotrichia capensis) SALTATORS, CARDINALS AND ALLIES Streaked Saltator (Saltator striatipectus) Buff-throated Saltator (Saltator maximus) Slate-colored Grosbeak (Saltator grossus) Black-cowled Saltator (Saltator nigriceps) - We found a pair at the Piura Chat-Tyrant site west of Abra Porculla. Golden-billed Saltator (Saltator aurantiirostris) Golden-bellied Grosbeak (Pheucticus chrysogaster) - Usually called Southern Yellow-Grosbeak. More

Band-tailed Sierra-Finch, Tumbes Sparrow, and common open-country birds. Slaty Becard at Jorupe Day 8. Up to the highlands at Cajanuma, where Red-hooded Tanagers, Pearled Treerunners, and Hooded Mountain-Tanagers were common in the mixed flocks, Grey-breasted Mountain-Toucan was calling from the low trees, and big groups of Pale-footed Swallows. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Emberizidae
Genus : Aimophila
Species : stolzmanni
Authority : (Taczanowski, 1877)