Rupicola peruvianus, 'Andean Cock-of-the-Rock'.
Pachyramphus polychopterus, 'White-winged Becard' (Machu Picchu, Peru). Variable plumage. Found in lowland and mid mountain rainforest. Widespread throughout Central and South America.
The largest family of birds in the world. All 436 species are endemic to the Americas.
Tyrannus melancholicus, 'Tropical Kingbird'. Often perched. A common bird in many open habitats throughout the Americas, including rainforest edge.
Pitangus sulphuratus, 'Great Kiskadee', 'Bem-te-vi' (Brazil). A common bird of open habitats across the Americas, including urban areas and right up the edge of the rainforest, such as at lodges.
Ochthoeca rufipectoralis, 'Rufous-breasted Chat Tyrant'.
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'.
'Wood-creeper'. Species not known. Found on tree trunks in rainforest.
Nasica longirostris, 'Long-billed Woodcreeper'.
Cyanocorax chrysops, 'Plush-crested Jay'.
Dippers are the only songbirds birds adapted to swimming under in and under water. They are found along fast flowing waterways mountains in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
Cinclus leucocephalus, 'White-capped Dipper'.
Turdus fuscater, 'Great Thrush'. Lives in open areas and on edge of forest along South American Andes.
Turdus serranus, 'Glossy Black Thrush'. Lives in montane rainforest along South American Andes.
Zonotrichia capensis, 'Andean Sparrow', 'Rufous collared Sparrow'.
Atlapetes melanolaemus, 'Black-faced/Grey-eared Brush-finch'.
Atlapetes tricolor, 'Tri-coloured Brush-finch'. Found in hill and mid-mountain forest along the Andes.
Psarocolius decumanus, 'Crested Oropendola'.
Myioborus melanocephalus, 'Spectacled Redstart/Whitestart'. Found in mountain forest and woodlands along tropical part of the Andes.
Piranga rubra, 'Summer Tanager'. Not considered a tanager, but placed in the related cardinal family. Breeds in pine-oak forest in North America, and winters in rainforest in Central America, northern South America and south along the Andes.
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