|Total range of Chilean Mockingbird, per eBird - the most accurate resource.|
|Southernmost region - North third of Chiloe on the bottom-left|
Then on the morning of Jan 11th, I happened upon an adult at Senda Darwin, however, I was without a camera. Later that day I went to Caulin and came upon a family of four - two adults and two juveniles. Because the juveniles were following the parents around, it is pretty safe to assume that the breeding occurred on Chiloe Island. Interestingly, this was not far (200m or so) from where I found the pair in November - presumably the same pair.
|Fledgling, Caulin Bay, Jan 11, 2012|
Overall, I don't know any population trends for the species, but it is worth noting that this breeding occurred. An ornithologist here said that she knew of one sighting two years ago, but that this was almost certainly the first documented breeding on the island.
|Adult, from a LONG way away, Caulin Jan 11|
Images created via eBird.org, 22-Jan-2012