The first stop was to look for shores birds good number were in evidence, it's been a surprise as all they were congregated in a small pond: greater and lesser yellowlegs and few solitaries sandpipers, and the most surprising was the great look of Semipalmated Plover.

I found a very special this area for bird watching in my personal opinion, despite being a secondary forest but has some primary forest bands crossing the mountains was so nice to see small species of flycatchers (stripe necked tody-tyrant, yellow-throated spade-bill, White-bellied pygmy-tyrant) among other species appeared to be more frequent and easy to spot.