Biodiversity increases in the Lodge garden

Maroon-bellied Parakeets <em>Pyrrhura frontalis</em> on the lodge feeders (&copy; Alan Martin)
Maroon-bellied Parakeets Pyrrhura frontalis on the lodge feeders (© Alan Martin)

As the Lodge garden matures, the number and variety of species visiting the feeders is increasing. A large flock of Maroon-bellied Parakeets have become daily visitors, along with eight species of tanagers, several Tufted-ear Marmosets and even a Black-legged Dacnis. Perhaps even better, a pair of the reintroduced Red-billed Curassows have taken up residency around the Lodge area.