Highland Tinamou

Tinamus bonapartei

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

The Highland Tinamou or Bonaparte's Tinamou, Nothocercus bonapartei is a type of ground bird found in montane moist forest typically over 1,500 m (4,900 ft) altitude. More

Floor plan Highland Tinamou Through out the cottage and on the veranda/porch, you will find beautiful comfortable colonial style furniture. In the master bedroom you will find a romantic queen size canopy bed and every where even in the bath room you will find warm wood finish. This cottage is perfect for two persons but if you like to bring friends or family ? No problem if you wish we can make the second bedroom available. More

In ornate and highland tinamous, and in taos and many other species, there are about as many females as males. But in the variegated tinamou there may be four times as many males as females. Reproductive behavior differs from that of most other birds. Only males care for eggs and young. In the few species that are adequately studied, males live in polygyny and females in polyandry. A male in breeding condition attracts two, three, or more females by continually calling. More

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The Highland Tinamou (Bonaparte Tinamou), Nothocercus bonapartei is a type of ground bird found in montane moist forest up to 1,300 to 2,500 m altitude. This species has an estimated global extent of occurrence of 140,000 km. It has five subspecies: N. B. frantzii occurs in Costa Rica and Panama N. B. bonapartei occurs in western Venezuela and eastern Colombia N. B. discrepans occurs in central Colombia N. B. intercedens occurs in western Colombia N. B. More

Physical characteristics: The highland tinamou is 15 inches (38.5 centimeters) long and weighs 2 pounds (0.9 kilograms). Its coloring is mottled (spotted) or barred with black and cinnamon on its back and wings. Its throat is usually rust-colored. Geographic range: Highland tinamous live in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Panama, Peru, and Venezuela. Habitat: This tinamou lives in tropical and subtropical rainforests, usually above 5,000 feet (1,500 meters). The highland tinamou prefers wet areas, especially ones with bamboo thickets. More

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Cabin – Highland Tinamou is spacious and comfortable (not to mention spotless). The kitchen area had everything we needed to prepare our breakfasts... more * 8 Photos “Cute but far from town.” Save Review 4 of 5 stars incali 3 contributions california 14 Jan 2010 | Trip type: Couples I agree with another reviewer. This place is very cute. There are short hiking trails within the propert, and Hans and Terry are friendly and good hosts. More

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Nest and young of the Highland Tinamou in southern Columbia Relaciones de los tinamidos Venozolanos del grupo Crypturellus noctivagus indicadas por su voz Status of the Magdalena Tinamou Crypturellus saltuarius in the type locality and adjacent lower Magdalena Valley The Dwarf Tinamou (Taoniscus nanus) of central Brazil divider Proceedings from the symposium Evolution, Ecology and Conservation of the Tinamiformes, VIIth Neotropical Ornithology Congress, Termas de Puyehe, Chile 2003. Bertelli 2004. More

Order : Tinamiformes
Family : Tinamidae
Genus : Nothocercus
Species : bonapartei
Authority : Gray, 1867