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 Arizona Woodpecker is a small woodpecker native to southern Arizona and New Mexico and the Sierra Madre Occidental of western Mexico. It is the only brown and white woodpecker instead black and white like almost all the others.
The Abert's Towhee is a large plain sparrow, common in brushy riparian habitats in the Lower Sonoran desert zone and prefers to stay well-hidden under bushes.
The Colima Warbler is a large, robust warbler. It is mainly dark gray and brownish in coloration, with a pale underside. It is a short-distance migrant, summering in northern Mexico and extreme southern Texas, wintering in southwestern Mexico.
The Chimney Swift is a very small bird with a slender body and very long, narrow, curved wings. It typically nests in chimneys which gives the bird its name.
The Cape May Warbler is a mid-sized New World warbler and the only warbler with a tubular tongue adapted to feeding on nectar from flowers.
The Canada Warbler is a small boreal songbird, sometimes called the "Necklaced Warbler" because of the band dark streaks across its chest. It summers in Canada and northeastern United States and winters in northern South America.
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