Several white-faced whistling-ducks, three snowy egrets and a neotropical cormorant.
Lots of white-faced whistling-ducks in the pond. In tis case a group of around 80
Over a hundred white-faced whistling-ducks along with other water birds: southern lapwing, southern screamer, rosy-billed pochard, snowy egret, wattled jacana, white-faced ibis and a passerine: a great kiskadee
With some coots, common gallinules, a pair of silver teals and a coypu on its platform
The white-faced whistling-ducks returned to the ponds in October, 2009. They were about ten individuals. Today they are more than a hundred. At least five families were observed though there were a lot more. This 10-minute video shows the best anecdotes of these last six months.
With fulvous whistling-ducks and some rosy-billed pochards
Fight between two factions of white-faced whistling-ducks. Some spectators were a bit altered wattled jacana, neotropic cormorants, roseate spoonbill and others seemed indifferent
Family with 10 ducklings
The family gang
The white-faced Whistling-ducks returned to the ponds in October, 2009. They were about ten individuals. Today they are more than a hundred. At least five families were observed though there were a lot more. This video shows the development and bonds generated within one family.