Watkins' Antpitta

Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry forests.

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

see the endemic Watkins' Antpitta in the forest understory. Two other much sought-after species are the quite uncommon Black-crested Tit-Tyrant and the very locally distributed Piura Hemispingus. More commonly seen specialty birds include Ecuadorian Trogon, Rufous-necked Foliage-gleaner, Chapman's Antshrike, Tumbesian Tyrannulet, Rufous-crowned Tody-Tyrant, Tumbes Pewee, Jelski's Chat-Tyrant, Silver-backed Tanager, Bay-crowned Brush-Finch, and the endemic Black-cowled Saltator. Hummingbird feeders in the preserve attract Rainbow-fronted Starfrontlet, Flame-throated Sunangel, and Purple-throated Sunangel. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Formicariidae
Genus : Grallaria
Species : watkinsi
Authority : Chapman, 1919