The Plum-throated Cotinga is a bright blue cotinga of lowland rainforest in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru.
The Scarlet-breasted Fruiteater is a plump, colorful and short-tailed cotinga, found in Bolivia, Ecuador, and Peru where its natural habitat is subtropical and tropical moist montane forests.
The Fiery-throated Fruiteater is a small, scarce fruiteater found in Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru. It is the smallest species in the Pipreola genus.
The Pompadour Cotinga is a medium-sized, plump bird that lives in the Amazonian rainforest and has a range that extends across the Amazon Basin and includes Peru, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, and the Guianas.
The Eastern Rosella is a colorfully plumaged parrot native to southeast of the Australian continent and to Tasmania.
The Flame Robin is the largest of the red robins. It is a moderately common resident of the coolest parts of south-eastern Australia, including Tasmania.
The Scarlet Robin is a common red-breasted Australasian robin found on continental Australia and its offshore islands, including Tasmania.
The Broad-billed Tody is a small insectivorous bird, characterized by its bright green feathers, pink flanks and red throat. It is endemic to Hispaniola (Dominican Republic and Haiti).
The Cuban Tody is a small, gemlike, woodland species that is restricted to Cuba and adjacent islands. It is the most brightly colored member of the family Todidae.
The Elegant Trogon formerly known as the Coppery-tailed trogon is a medium-sized stocky, potbellied bird ranging from Guatemala in the south as far north as the upper Gila River in Arizona and New Mexico.
The Slaty-tailed Trogon is a large, red-bellied trogon that breeds in lowlands from southeastern Mexico south through Central America, to Colombia, and a small region of northwestern Ecuador.
Lattice-tailed Trogon is a large trogon found in Costa Rica and Panama.