The most diverse bird fauna in the world!
Rupicola peruvianus, 'Andean Cock-of-the-Rock'.
Ochthoeca rufipectoralis, 'Rufous-breasted Chat Tyrant' (Wayqecha Lodge, Peru).
Antpittas are dumpy little birds, and normally shy and difficult to see.
Grallaricula flavirostris, Ochre-breasted Antpitta (Angel Paz, Ecuador).
This large family includes Neotropical Miners, Neotropical Leaf-tossers, Woodcreepers, Earthcreepers, Cinclodes, Foliage-cleaners, Spinetails, and many more...
Furnarius leucopus, 'Pale-legged Hornero' (Villa Carmen Lodge, Peru).
'Wood-creeper' (Villa Carmen Lodge, Peru).
Cyanocorax chrysops, 'Plush-crested Jay' (Iguazu Falls, Brazil side).
Turdus serranus, 'Glossy Black Thrush' Lives in montane rainforest across South America. (Wayqecha Lodge, Peru).
Atlapetes melanolaemus, 'Black-faced/Grey-eared Brush-finch' (Wayqecha Lodge, Peru).
Zonotrichia capensis, 'Andean Sparrow', 'Rufous collared Sparrow' (Wayecha Lodge, Peru).
Psarocolius decumanus, 'Crested Oropendola'.
Myioborus melanocephalus, 'Spectacled Redstart/Whitestart' (Wayqecha, Peru). Found in mountain forest and woodlands along tropical part of the Andes.
Tangara mexicana, 'Torquoise Tanager' (Antonio's Lodge, Brazil)
Tangara parzudakii, 'Flame-faced Tanager' (Ecuador).
Thraupis palmarum, 'Palm Tanager' (Antonio's Lodge, Brazil)
Thraupis cyanocephala 'Blue-capped Tanager'. Found in the mountain forests and woodlands.(Wayqecha, Peru)
Thraupis episcopus, 'Blue-grey Tanager', (Antonio's Lodge, Brazil).
Ramphocelus carbo, 'Silver-beaked Tanager', (Antonio's Lodge, Brazil).
Iridosornis jelskii, 'Golden-collared Tanager'. Found in the mountain forest. (Wayqecha, Peru)
Buthraupis montana, 'Hooded Mountain Tanager', Found in the mountain forest. (Wayqecha, Peru).
Anisognathus igniventris, 'Scarlet-bellied Mountain Tanager' Found in the mountain forest. (Wayqecha, Peru).
Paroaria capitata, 'Yellow-billed Cardinal Tanager'. Is actually a Tanager and not a true Cardinal.
Diglossa cyanea, 'Masked Flowerpiercer' (Wayqecha, Peru).
Tersina viridis, 'Swallow Tanager' (Villa Carmen, Peru). Only one species in this genus. A very widespread Neotropical species. Sexually dimorphic; the male is light blue and white, the female greenish with barring.