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WEATHER CONDITIONS

The lowland rain forests of the Tambopata lie far enough south of the Equator to provide a cooler, drier season between May and October, which also happens to be the high season. The general weather conditions, are warm and humid. In Tambopata the average daytime high temperature is between 25° and 31°C and the average nighttime low is between 16° and 22°C.
However, cold fronts from Argentina can sometimes sweep into southwestern Amazonia and reduce daytime temperatures to 9° C and the night time temperatures down to as low as 5° C. During the rainy season from November through to April, always be prepared for heavy rain that may continue for hours or even days.
Around 80% of the annual average rainfall of 2000mm occurs during this season.

WHAT TO BRING

We recommend that you bring good binoculars; a camera, light weight, light colored, long cotton pants; long sleeved light colored cotton shirts; underwear; absorbent socks; ankle-high hiking boots; sneakers; a powerful flashlight with batteries; a small toiletries bag; a water bottle; sun block lotion; sunglasses; a broad-brimmed hat; 100% waterproof clothing; insect repellent; yellow fever vaccination certificate; small denomination bills and a small daypack.

MEDICAL INFORMATION

Yellow fever vaccination is required for traveling into the Tambopata. It is necessary that you bring your yellow fever inoculation certificate to prove to the airport officials in Puerto Maldonado that you are vaccinated. Hwoever you are rarely requested for this information.
Leishmaniasis is present throughout the rain forests of southeastern Peru. It is a skin lesion caused by a protozoan transmitted by a certain species of biting fly. There is no vaccination against it but it is curable in every case. The selected cure, injections of pentavalent antimony (Glucantime), is uncomfortable. Leishmaniasis is also very easy to prevent by wearing long-sleeved shirts, pants, and repellent onexposed
skin at all times, as well as sleeping under mosquito nets. If you are interested in receiving complete information on leishmaniasis, please do not hesitate to contact us before your trip. For precautions against malaria consult your physician or a specialist in tropical medicine. The Tambopata is a non –malarial risk zone. It is vital that persons with medical problems or special dietary requirements make this known to us before departure.

COMMUNICATIONS

Most of the lodges in the Tambopata Research Center are in daily radio contact with Puerto Maldonado but there are a few that are too isolated for contact. In some cases, cellular phones will have a signal when standing on the top of any one canopy tower in the Tambopata.

PASSPORTS, MONEY, AIR TICKETS

You will need your passport upon arrival at Puerto Maldonado in the event that the authorities may want tocheck tourist entry requirements as the local airport is officially an international airport. Upon arrival, you will be met by your representative who will collect your domestic air tickets to confirm your return flights. If you have not paid for the park entry fee ($30) this will also be collected. (This fee is sometimes included in the price of your trip). At the end of the trip, your representative will collect cash from you to pay for the airport tax.

MEALS

All meals are provided during the trip. Meals consist of soup or appetizers, salad, main course, dessert,and coffee or tea. All fresh fruits and salads are thoroughly disinfected before serving. We also provide at all times unlimited amounts of boiled, cooled drinking water. If any visitor has special dietary requirements, we are happy to make individual arrangements, but please notify us prior to the start of your tour.

ACCOMMODATION

Many of the lodges are loacted on the banks of the Tambopata River in the grounds of the Community, adjacent to the Tambopata National Reserve. They are normally built of traditional native materials (wood, palm fronds, wild cane and clay) and architecture and modern day eco-lodge technology. The lodges themselves consists of a complex of rooms, dining area and kitchen, relaxation area and internal support facilities. The rooms are 7 x 4 metres and can comfortably hold three beds, although they are set up for two sharing. The walls dividing each room are built using cane and clay, and extend from the floor to about 2.5 meters height making each room private. The combination of clay and cane achieves two important objectives: regulating heat and providing an aesthetic appearance. However, sounds can be heard from room to room. Mosquitoes are not really a problem around the lodge clearing. Beds are well sized (1.05m X 2.05m) with mosquito nets. Each room has a private bathroom with cold water only. Rooms and bathrooms are separated by drapes or wooden doors.

ACCOMODATION AT THE TAMBOPATA RESEARCH CENTER

The Tambopata Research Center is located in a half hectare clearing 50 metres from the Tambopata River and 300 meters from the macaw clay lick. It is composed of four interconnected, thatch-roofed buildings. All buildings and interconnecting passageways are raised on four-foot stilts built from palm trunks. The main building is a 33 foot by 100 foot platform divided into 13 double rooms. Each bedroom is furnished with two beds draped in mosquito nets, a chair, a night table with a kerosene wind lamp, and a table for luggage and clothing. Each room does not have a wall on the side that looks into the forest: it is also designed to have an optional, permanent, clear view of the forest surrounding the clearing in order to maximize wildlife observation. To the left of the main building a 20 foot-long, roofed passageway connects to the bathrooms containing flush toilets and shower stalls. To the right of the main building a 15 foot-long, roofed passageway connects to the dining room and meeting room which in turn is connected to the kitchen.

ELECTRICITY

Few lodges or the Tambopata Research Center have electricity. Some lodges have a generator in the dining areas. Light is normally provided by numerous kerosene lamps and candles. At night it is very dark, so good flashlights with spare batteries are recommended.

TRAVEL BY BOAT

The boats are 20 foot long motorized canoes with foldable couched seats and a roof. They are powered by outboard motors which allow for a travel time varying from half an hour to three hours depending on the lodge. The Tambopata Research Centre is a further few hours upriver from the lodges. Passengers are protected by the sun and rain by a roof but we suggest keeping your rain gear and sun block with you nevertheless. Life vests are provided with every seat.

EMERGENCIES

In case of emergencies there are first aid kits equipped to deal with most cases that may reasonably arise in the area. For snake bites, unheard of in the Tambopata so far, we have a stun gun, extractors and an anti-venom at the lodges.

EMERGENCY CONTACT

In case of an emergency back home, friends or family may contact you through our office in Cuzco 7 days a week.
• Telephone: + 51 84 262720,
• Fax: + 51 84 247226
• Mobile phone, Operations Department, Carla Nue: (+51) 084-9766344
• Address : Av. Tullumayo 213, Cuzco.

ABOUT PUERTO MALDONADO

Puerto Maldonado is a small jungle town of approximately 50,000 people where life slowly ebbs by but with few attractions.

Good restaurants include: Pizzeria Chez Maggy (pizzas) on the Main Square, La Casa Nostra (sandwiches and snacks) on Leon Velarde 515, El Califa (local food) on Piura 266.

For tourism information Ministerio de Industria y Tourismo (phone: 57-1413, 57-1164, 57-1421, Fitzcarrald 411) offers information. There is also a desk at the airport.

Taxis are three wheeled motorcycles with a back seat. They charge half a dollar for most rides ($2 to the airport.).

The post office, Serpost, is located at Av León Velarde 6th block. The Telefónica office is on the 7th block of Puno. Internet access is available at Compunet or Data System, both of which can be found on Leon Velarde.

Banco de Crédito has a Visa ATM and will change US cash without a commission. Banco de la Nación gives cash on MasterCard and reasonable rates for traveler's cheques. Both banks are located on the Plaza de Armas. There are money exchange houses on Calle Puno.

For medical emergencies, Hospital Santa Rosa (phone: 57-1019/57-1046) is located at Cajamarca 171 and Essalud is located at Cajamarca 341, Tel 571440. Pharmacies are found throughout the town.

WILDLIFE OBSERVATION IN THE RAIN FOREST

The Tambopata Candamo is one of the world’s most diverse wildlife areas and one of the best preserved. However, the vast majority of the rain forest’s diversity is in the form of insects. The world record diversities of birds and mammals, are mostly in the form of small species. Larger species are rare, shy, unpredictable and very difficult to see, with a few notable exceptions. So do not expect the wildlife of the African savannah.
(A group who came with us last year observed a puma swimming in the river for a few minutes before gracefully emerging onto the bank. A spectacular but rare sight).
Nevertheless, these exciting encounters do occur on a regular basis. At the Tambopata Research Center, you will also have some of the Amazon’s best chances of seeing jaguar, tapir, giant river otters, harpy eagles, macaws, etc For detailed descriptions species and encounter rates, please contact us for further information.

Another important factor to bear in mind is that when you do encounter wildlife, you will not always have a clear, ample field of view. Perhaps your vision will be limited to observing wildlife through branches, leaves, and dense vegetation, flying or leaping away from you. Another extraordinary encounters was of a jaguar eating a dead tapir, and only 20 metres away. This was witnessed for 15 minutes by 8 people. Another one was of a jaguar sleeping on the beach in front of the Tambopata Research Centre. This incident was even filmed by a BBC film crew.

Do not expect wildlife to be encountered everyday. Come with your mind and your eyes open. You will be in a place where every horizontal and vertical meter of forest probably has hundreds of species of organisms, different from one metre to the next.

BIRDWATCHING AND TAMBOPATA

A typical week long trip to Tambopata, with a good birding guide, should yield around two-three hundred species. When travelling with an interest in birdwatching, i.e. when you want to dedicate most of your day to actively seeking and identifying birds, please let us know beforehand so that we can assign an appropriate guide. The Tambopata Research Center is a superior area for bird watching as it offers a greater variety of habitat at accessible distances, and more importantly, it is located in forests that have been un-hunted for decades, thus harboring substantial populations of large birds such as guan, currasow, macaws, etc. If you do not have the minimum five days required for a solid Tambopata Research Center itinerary, then many lodges offer good three or four day substitute programmes. From lake birds, a canopy tower and parrot clay licks.

PHOTOGRAPHY IN TAMBOPATA

The Amazon, with its magnificent scenery and diversity of fauna and flora is a photographer's paradise. However it is a challenging environment for nature and wildlife photography. The first challenge photographers will face is with their camera equipment. Even before the first wildlife encounter, you will have to deal with elements that can cause havoc with your camera equipment. The high level of humidity, the ever changing weather conditions and even plastic-melting insect repellent will be a challenge to even the most reliable equipment.
The second challenge comes in the form of the wildlife. Even though many tourists/photographers have left the lodges with some very good images of macaws and river otters, this is because of good luck and being at the right place at the right time. Photography in the rain forest is a difficult process and requires patience. It is an unrealistic reaction to believe that a person with a good camera and some powerful zoom lenses can achieve excellent results in a visit of a few days. In general, you will require lenses above 300 mm to produce good wildlife photography. ASA 200 film or above is recommended for the rain forest where it tends to be dark. For macro-photography, a flash will normally be required. To make sure your equipment is protected from the elements, we recommend the use of river bags and/or waterproof camera cases. The use of dry bags and silicon gel are highly recommended to alleviate the problem with humidity, rain and the occasional water splashing in the canoe during the trips on the river. The use of a tripod at the clay lick is recommended and lenses ranging from 500mm to 1000mm are necessary for the clay lick. The use of flash is not permitted when photographing the macaws at close range.

Tinamus major
T. tao
T. osgoodi
T. guttatus
Crypturellus cinereus
C. soui
C. bartletti
C. obsoletus
C. atrocapillus
C. undulatus
C. variegatus
C.parvirostris
C.strigulosus
Great tinamou
Gray Tinamou
Black Tinamou
White Throated Tinamou
Cinereous Tinamou
Little Tinamou
Bartlett's Tinamou
Brown Tinamou
Black-capped Tinamou
Undulated Tinamou
Variegated Tinamou
Small-Billed Tinamou
Brazilian Tinamou
   
  Grebes
Podiceps dominicus Least Grebe
   
  Cormorants
Phalacrocorax olivaceus Neotropic Cormorant
   
  Darters
Anhinga anhinga Anhinga
   
  Herons,Egrets,Bitterns
Ardea cocoi
Egretta alba
Egretta thula
Egretta caerulea
Agamia agami
Butorides striatus
Bubulcus ibis
Philherodius pileatus
Zebrilus undulatus
Nycticorax nycticorax
Ixobrychus exilis
Ixobrychus involucris
Botaurus pinnatus
Tigrisoma lineatum
Tigrisoma fasciatum
White Necked Heron
Great Egret
Snowy Egret
Little Blue Heron
Chestnut Bellied Heron
Striated Heron
Cattle Egret
Capped Heron
Zigzag Heron
Black-Crowned Night-Heron
Least Bittern
Stripe-Backed Bittern
Pinnated Bittern
Rufescent Tiger Heron
Fasciated Tiger-Heron
   
  Boat Billed Herons
Cochlearius cochlearius Boat-Billed Heron
   
  Storks
Mycteria americana
Jabiru mycteria
American Wood-Stork
Jabiru
   
  Ibises
Mesembrinibis cayennesis
Ajaia ajaja
Green Ibis
Roseate Spoonbill
   
  Screamers
Anhima cornuta
Chauna torquata
Horned Screamer
Southern Screamer
   
  Ducks,Geese
Cairina moschata
Dendrocygna autumnalis
Oxyura dominica
Neochen jubata
Muscovy Duck
Black-bellied Whistling-Duck
Masked Duck
Orinoco Goose
   
  Vultures
Sarcoramphus papa
Coragyps atratus
Cathartes aura
Cathartes melambrotus
King Vulture
Black Vulture
Turkey Vulture
Greater Yellow-Headed Vulture
   
  Kites,Hawks,Eagles
Elanoides forficatus
Gampsonyx swinsonii
Leptodon cayanensis
Chondrohierax uncinatus
Helicolestes hamatus
Harpagus bidentatus
Rostrhamus sociabilis
Ictinia plumbea
Accipiter striatus
Accipiter bicolor
Accipiter superciliosus
Buteo albonotatus
Buteo platypterus
Buteo nitidus
Buteo brachyurus
Buteo magnirostris
Leucopternis schistacea
Leucopternis kuhli
Busarellus nigricollis
Buteogallus urubitinga
Harpia harpyja
Morphnus guianensis
Spizastur melanoleucus
Spizaetus ornatus
Spizaetus tyrannus
Geranospiza caerulescens
Swallow-Tailed Kite
Pearl Kite
Gray-Headed Kite
Hook-Billed Kite
Slender-Billed Kite
Double-Toothed Kite
Snail Kite
Plumbeous Kite
Sharp-Shinned Hawk
Bicolored Hawk
Tiny Hawk
Zone-Tailed Hawk
Broad-Winged Hawk
Gray Hawk
Short-Tailed Hawk
Roadside Hawk
Slate-Colored Hawk
White-Browed Hawk
Black-Collared Hawk
Great Black Hawk
Harpy Eagle
Crested Eagle
Black & White Hawk-Eagle
Ornate Hawk-Eagle
Black Hawk-Eagle
Crane Hawk
   
  Ospreys
Pandion haliaetus Osprey
   
  Falcons,Caracaras
Micrastur semitorquatus
Micrastur ruficollis
Micrastur gilvicollis
Micrastur mirandollei
Daptrius ater
Daptrius americanus
Falco deiroleucus
Polyborus plancus
Milvago chimachima
Falco rufigularis
Herpetotheres cachinnans
Collared Forest-Falcon
Barred Forest-Falcon
Lined Forest-Falcon
Slaty-Backed Forest-Falcon
Black Caracara
Red-Throated Caracara
Orange-Breasted Falcon
Crested Caracara
Yellow-Headed Caracara
Bat Falcon
Laughing Falcon
   
  Chachalacas,Guans,Curassows
Ortalis guttata
Penelope jacquacu
Pipile cumanensis
Mitu tuberosa
Pauxi unicornis
Speckled Chachalaca
Spix's Guan
Common Piping-Guan
Razor-Billed Curassow
Horned Curassow
   
  Wood-Quails
Odontophorus stellatus Starred Wood-Quail
   
  Starred Wood-Quail
Opisthocomus hoazin Hoatzin
   
  Limpkins
Aramus guarauna Limpkin
   
  Trumpeters
Psophia leucoptera Pale-Winged Trumpeter
   
  Rails,Coots
Aramides cajanea
Rallus nigricans
Anurolianas castaneiceps
Laterailus exilis
Laterailus melanophaius
Neocrex erythrops
Porphyrula martinica
Porphyrula flavirostris
Gray-Necked Wood-Rail
Blackish Rail
Chesnut-Headed Crake
Gray-Breasted Crake
Rufous-Sided Crake
Paint-Billed Crake
Purple Gallinule
Azure Gallinule
   
  SunGrebes
Heliornis fulica SunGrebe
   
  Sunbittern
Eurypyga helias Sunbittern
   
  Jacanas
Jacana jacana Wattled Jacana
   
  Lapwings,Plovers
Vanellus chilensis
Vanellus resplendens
Hopoxypterus resplendens
Charadrius collaris
Southern LapWing
Andean LapWing
Pied LapWing
Collared Plover
   
  Sandpipers
Tringa solitaria
Tringa flavipes
Tringa melanoleuca
Actitis macularia
Calidris fuscicollis
Calidris melanotos
Tryngites subruficollis
Bartramia longicauda
Solitary Sandpiper
Lesser Yellowleg
Greater Yellowleg
Spotted Sandpiper
White-Rumped Sandpiper
Pectoral Sandpiper
Buff-Breasted Sandpiper
Upland Sandpiper
   
  Gulls,Terns
Larus pipixcan
Chlidonias niger
Phaetusa simplex
Sterna superciliaris
Franklin's Gull
Black Tern
Large-Billed Tern
Yellow-Billed Tern
   
  Skimmers
Rynchops nigra Black Skimmer
   
  Pigeons,Doves
Columba cayennensis
Columba plumbea
Columba speciosa
Columba subvinacea
Columbina picui
Columbina talpacoti
Leptotila verreauxi
Leptotila rufaxilla
Claravis pretiosa
Geotrygon saphirina
Geotrygon montana
Pale-Vented Pigeon
Plumbeous Pigeon
Scaled Pigeon
Ruddy Pigeon
Picui Ground-Dove
Ruddy Ground-Dove
White-Tipped Dove
Gray-Fronted Dove
Blue Ground-Dove
Sapphire Quail-Dove
Ruddy Quail-Dove
   
  Macaws,Parrots,Parakeets
Ara ararauna
Ara macao
Ara chloroptera
Ara severa
Ara manilata
Ara couloni
Aratinga leucophthalmus
Aratinga weddellii
Pyrrhura picta
Pyrrhura rupicola
Forpus sclateri
Brotogeris sanctithomae
Brotogeris cyanoptera
Pionites leucogaster
Pionopsitta barrabandi
Pionus menstruus
Amazona ochrocephala
Amazona farinosa
Touit huetii
Nannopssittaca d' achilli
Blue&Yellow Macaw
Scarlet Macaw
Red&Green Macaw
Chestnut-Fronted Macaw
Red-Bellied Macaw
Blue-Headed Macaw
White-Eyed Parakeet
Dusky-Headed Parakeet
Painted Parakeet
Rock Parakeet
Dusky-Billed Parrotlet
Tui Parakeet
Cobalt-Winged Parakeet
White-Bellied Parrot
Orange-Cheeked Parrot
Blue-Headed Parrot
Yellow-Headed Parrot
Mealy Parrot
Scarlet-Shouldered Parrotlet
Amazonian Parrotlet
  Cuckoos,Anis
Coccyzus cinereus
Coccyzus melacoryphus
Coccyzus erythropthalmus
Coccyzus americanus
Crotophaga ani
Crotophaga major
Dromococcyx pavoninus
Dromococcyx phasianellus
Piaya minuta
Piaya cayana
Piaya melanogaster
Neomorphus geoffroyi
Tapera naevia
Ash-Colored Cuckoo
Dark-Billed Cuckoo
Black-Billed Cuckoo
Yellow-Billed Cuckoo
Smooth-Billed Ani
Greater Ani
Pavonine Cuckoo
Pheasant Cuckoo
Little Cuckoo
Squirrel Cuckoo
Black-Bellied Cuckoo
Rufous-Vented Ground-Cuckoo
Striped Cuckoo
   
  Owls
Otus watsonii
Otus guatemalae
Otus choliba
Bubo virginianus
Lophostrix cristata
Pulsatrix perspicillata
Pulsatrix melanota
Glaucidium Hardyi
Glaucidium brasilianum
Ciccaba virgata
Ciccaba huhula
Rhinoptynx clamator
Tawny-Bellied Screech-Owl
Vermiculated Screech-Owl
Tropical Screech-Owl
Great Horned Owl
Crested Owl
Spectacled Owl
Band-Bellied Owl
Least Pygmy-Owl
Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl
Mottled Owl
Black-and-white Owl
Striped Owl
   
  Potoos
Nyctibius grandis
Nyctibius griseus
Nyctibius bracteatus
Nyctibius aethereus
Great Potoo
Common Potoo
Rufous Potoo
Long-tailed Potoo
   
  NightHawks,NightJars
Lurocalis semitorquatus
Caprimulgus rufus
Caprimulgus parvulus
Chordeiles rupestris
Nyctidromus albicollis
Nyctiphrynus ocellatus
Hydropsalis climacocerca
Chordeiles acutipennis
Chordeiles minor
Semicollard NightHawk
Rufous NightJar
Little NightJar
Sand-Colored NightHawk
Pauraque
Ocellated Poorwill
Ladder-Tailed NightJar
Lesser NightHawk
Common NightHawk
   
  Swifts
Streptoprocne zonaris
Chaetura cinereiventris
Chaetura egregia
Chaetura chapmani
Chaetura brachyura
Cypseloides rutilus
Cypseloides (cryptus)
Panyptila cayennensis
Reinarda squamata
White-Collared Swift
Gray-Rumped Swift
Pale-Rumped Swift
Chapman's Swift
Short-Tailed Swift
Chestnut-Collared Swift
(White-Chinned) Swift
Lesser Swallow-Tailed Swift
Fork-Tailed Palm-Swift
   
  HummingBirds
Glaucis hirsuta
Threnetes leucurus
Phaethornis philippi
Phaethornis superciliosus
Phaethornis hispidus
Phaethornis ruber
Campylopterus largipennis
Florisuga mellivora
Anthracothorax nigricollis
Lophornis chalybea
Chlorostilbonsins mellisugis
Thalurania furcata
Hylocharis cyanus
Chrysuronia oenone
Polyplancta aurescens
Heliomaster longirostris
Klais guimeti
Eutoxeres condamini
Calliphlox amethystina
Heliothryx aurita
Amazilia lactea
Rufous-Breasted Hermit
Pale-Throated Barbthroat
Neddle-Billed Hermit
Long-Tailed Hermit
White-Bearded Hermit
Reddish Hermit
Gray-Breasted Sabrewing
White-Necked Jacobin
Black-Throated Mango
Festive Coquette
Blue-Tailed Emerald
Fork-Tailed Woodnymph
White-Chinned Sapphire
Golden-Tailed Sapphire
Gould's Jewelfront
Long-Billed Starthoat
Violet-Headed HummingBird
Buff-Tailed SickLebill
Amethyst Woodstar
Black-Eared Fairy
Sapphire-Spangled Emerald
   
  Trogons
Pharomarchus pavoninus
Trogon melanurus
Trogon viridis
Trogon collaris
Trogon rufus
Trogon curucui
Trogon violaceus
Pavonine Quetzal
Black-Tailed Trogon
White-Tailed Trogon
Collared Trogon
Black-Throated Trogon
Blue-Crowned Trogon
Violaceous Trogon
   
  KingFishers
Ceryle torquata
Chloroceryle amazona
Chloroceryle americana
Chloroceryle inda
Chloroceryle aenea
Ringed KingFisher
Amazon KingFisher
Green KingFisher
Green&Rufous KingFisher
Pygmy KingFisher
   
  Motmots
Barypthengus ruficapillus
Momotus momota
Electron platyrhynchum
Rufous Motmot
Blue-Crowned Motmot
Broad-Billed Motmot
   
  Jacamars
Brachygalba albogularis
Galbula dea
Galbula cyanescens
Jacamerops aurea
White-Throated Jacamar
Paradise Jacamar
Bluish-Fronted Jacamar
Great Jacamar
  PuffBirds
Notharchus macrorhynchos
Northarchus ordii
Notharchus tectus
Bucco macrodactylus
Bucco capensis
Nystalus striolatus
Malacoptila semicincta
Nonnula ruficapilla
Monasa flavirostris
Monasa nigrifrons
Monasa morphoeus
Chelidoptera tenebrosa
White-Necked Puffbird
Brown-Banded PuffBird
Pied Puffbird
Chestnut-Capped PuffBird
Collared PuffBird
Striolated PuffBird
Semicollared PuffBird
Gray-Cheeked Nunlet
Yellow-Billed NunBird
Black-Fronted NunBird
White-Fronted NunBird
Swallow Winged Puffbird
   
  Barbets
Capito niger
Eubucco tucinkae
Eubucco richardsoni
Black-Spotted Barbet
Scarlet-Hooded Barbet
Lemon-Throated Barbet
   
  Toucans,Aracaris
Aulacorhynchus prasinus
Pteroglossus castanotis
Pteroglossus inscriptus
Pteroglossus flavirostris
Pteroglossus mariae
Pteroglossus beauharnaesii
Selenidera reinwardtii
Ramphastos culminatus
Ramphastos tucanus
Emerald Toucanet
Chestnut-Eared Aracari
Lettered Aracari
Ivory-Billed Aracari
Bron-Mandibled Aracari
Curl-Crested Aracari
Golden-Collared Toucanet
Yellow-Ridged Toucan
White-Throated
   
  Piculets,Woodpeckers
Picumnus rufiventris
Picumnus borbae
Piculus leucolaemus
Chrysoptilus puntigula
Piculus chrysochlorus
Piculus flavigula
Celeus elegans
Celeus grammicus
Celeus flavus
Celeus spectabilis
Celeus torquatus
Dryocopus lineatus
Melanerpes cruentatus
Veniliornis passerinus
Veniliornis affinis
Campephilus melanoleucos
Campephilus rubricollis
Rufous-Breasted Piculet
Bar-Breasted Piculet
White-Throated WoodPecker
Spot-Breasted WoodPecker
Golden-Green WoodPecker
Yellow-Throated WoodPecker
Chestnut WoodPecker
Scale-Breasted WoodPecker
Cream-Colored WoodPecker
Rufous-Headed WoodPecker
Ringed WoodPecker
Lineated WoodPecker
Yellow-Tufted WoodPecker
Little WoodPecker
Red-Stained WoodPecker
Crimson-Crested WoodPecker
Red-Necked WoodPecker
   
  WoodCreepers
Dendrocincla fuliginosa
Dendrocincla merula
Dechonychura longicauda
Sittasomus griseicapillus
Glyphorhynchus spirurus
Nasica longirostris
Hylexetastes stresemanni
Dendrexetastes rufigula
Xiphocolaptes promerophirhynchus
Dendrocolaptes certhia
Dendrocolaptes picumnus
Xiphorhynchus obsoletus
Xiphorhynchus ocellatus
Xiphorhynchus picus
Xiphorhynchus spixii
Xiphorhynchus guttatus
Lepidocolaptes albolineatus
Campylorhamphus trochilirostris
Campylorhamphus pusillis
Plain-Brown WoodCreeper
White-Chinned WoodCreeper
Long-Tailed WoodCreeper
Olivaceous WoodCreeper
Wedge-Billed WoodCreeper
Long-Billed WoodCreeper
Bar-Bellied WoodCreeper
Cinnamon-Throated WoodCreeper
Strong-Billed WoodCreeper
Barred WoodCreeper
Black-Banded WoodCreeper
Striped WoodCreeper
Oscellated WoodCreeper
Straight-Billed WoodCreeper
Spix's WoodCreeper
Buff-Throated WoodCreeper
Lineated WoodCreeper
Red-Billed Scythebill
Brown-Billed Scythebill
   
  Spinetails,Foliage-Gleaners,etc
Furnarius leucopus
Synallaxis cabanisi
Synallaxis albescens
Synallaxis albigularis
Synallaxis gujanensis
Synallaxis rutilans
Certhiaxis cinnamomea
Cranioleuca gutturata
Cranioleuca curtata
Thripophaga fusciceps
Berlepschia rickeri
Hyloctistes subulatus
Ancistrops strigilatus
Simoxenops ucayalae
Philydor erythrocercus
Philydor pyrrhodes
Philydor rufus
Philydor erythropterus
Philydor ruficaudatus
Automolus infuscatus
Automolus dorsalis
Automolus rubiginosus
Automolus ochrolaemus
Automolus rufipileatus
Automolus melanopezus
Xenops milleri
Xenops tenuirostris
Xenops rutilans
Xenops minutus
Sclerurus mexicanus
Sclerurus caudacutus
Sclerurus albigularis
Pale-Legged Ovenbird
Cabanis' Spinetail
Pale-Breasted Spinetail
Dark-Breasted Spinetail
Plain-Crowned Spinetail
Ruddy Spinetail
Yellow-Chinned Spinetail
Speckled Spinetail
Ash-Browed SpineTail
Plain Softail
Point-Tailed PalmCreeper
Striped WoodHaunter
Chestnut-Winged HookBill
Peruvian Recurvebill
Rufous-Rumped Foliage-Gleaner
Cinnamon-Rumped Foliage-Gleaner
Buff-Fronted Foliage-Gleaner
Chestnut-Winged Foliage-Gleaner
Rufous-Tailed Foliage-Gleaner
Olive-Backed Foliage-Gleaner
Crested Foliage-Gleaner
Ruddy Foliage-Gleaner
Buff-Throated Foliage-Gleaner
Chestnut-Crowned Foliage-Gleaner
Brown-Rumped Foliage-Gleaner
Rufous-Tailed Xenops
Slender-Billed Xenops
Streaked Xenops
Plain Xenops
Tawny-Throated LeafTosser
Black-Tailed LeafTosser
Gray-Throated LeafTosser
   
  AntBirds
Cymbilaimus lineatus
Cymbilaimus sanctaemariae
Taraba major
Thamnophilus doliatus
Thamnophilus aethiops
Thamnophilus palliatus
Thamnophilus schistaceus
Thamnophilus amazonicus
Pygiptila stellaris
Thamnistes anabatinus
Dysithamnus mentalis
Neoctantes niger
Thamnomanes ardesiacus
Thamnomanes schistogynus
Myrmotherula brachyura
Myrmotherula longicauda
Myrmotherula surinamensis
Myrmotherula sclateri
Myrmotherula hauxwelli
Myrmotherula leucophthalma
Myrmotherula ornata
Myrmotherula axillaris
Myrmotherula longipennis
Myrmotherula iheringi
Myrmotherula menetriesii
Dichrozona cincta
Microrhopias quixensis
Drymophila devillei
Terenura humeralis
Cercomacra cinerascens
Cercomacra serva
Cercomacra nigrescens
Cercomacra manu
Myrmoborus leucophrys
Myrmoborus myotherinus
Hypocnemis cantator
Hypocnemoides maculicauda
Percnostola lophotes
Sclateria naevia
Myrmeciza hemimelaena
Myrmeciza hyperythra
Myrmeciza goeldii
Myrmeciza fortis
Myrmeciza atrothorax
Gymnopithys salvini
Hylophylax naevia
Hylophylax poecilonota
Herpsilochmus rufimarginatus
Rhegmatorhina melanosticta
Phlegopsis nigromaculata
Chamaeza nobilis
Formicarius colma
Formicarius analis
Formicarius rufifrons
Hylopezus berlepschi
Myrmothera campanisona
Conopophaga peruviana
Fasciated Antshrike
Bamboo Antshrike
Great Antshrike
Barred Antshrike
White-Shouldered Antshrike
Lined Antshrike
Black-Capped Antshrike
Amazonian Antshrike
Spot-Winged Antshrike
Russet Antshrike
Plain Antvireo
Black BushBird
Dusky-Throated Antshrike
Bluish-Slate Antshrike
Pygmy Antwren
Stripe-Chested Antwren
Streaked Antwren
Sclater's Antwren
Plain-Throated Antwren
White-Eyed Antwren
Ornate Antwren
White-Flanked Antwren
Long-winged Antwren
Ihering's Antwren
Gray Antwren
Banded Antbird
Dot-Winged Antwren
Striated Antbird
Chestnut-Shouldered Antwren
Gray Antbird
Black Antbird
Blackish Antbird
Manu Antbird
White-Browed Antbird
Black-Faced Antbird
Warbling Antbird
Band-Tailed Antbird
White-Lined Antbird
Silvered Antbird
Chestnut-Tailed Antbird
Plumbeous Antbird
Goeldi's Antbird
Sooty Antbird
Black-Throated Antbird
White-Throated Antbird
Spot-Backed Antbird
Scale-Backed Antbird
Rufous-Winged Antwren
Hairy-Crested Antbird
Black-Spotted Bare-Eye
Noble Antthrush
Rufous-Capped Antthrush
Black-Faced Antthrush
Rufous-Fronted Antthrush
Amazonian Antpitta
Thrush-Like Antpitta
Ash-Throated Gnateater
   
  Tyrant-Flycatchers
Zimmerius gracilipes
Ornithion inerme
Camptostoma obsoletum
Phaeomyias murina
Phylloscartes orbitalis
Phylloscartes sp. nov.
Tyrannulus elatus
Myiopagis gaimardii
Myiopagis viridicata
Myiopagis caniceps
Sublegatus obscurior
Sublegatus modestus
Elaenia spectabilis
Elaenia parvirostris
Elaenia strepera
Elaenia gigas
Pseudocoloptryx acutipennis
Euscarthmus meloryphus
Inezia inornata
Mionectes olivaceus
Mionectes oleaginea
Mionectes macconnelli
Leptopogon amaurocephalus
Corythopis torquata
Lophotriccus eulophotes
Poecilotriccus albifacies
Myiornis ecaudatus
Hemitriccus flammulatus
Hemitriccus griseipectus
Hemitriccus johannis
Hemitriccus striaticollis
Hemitriccus zosterops
Hemitriccus rufigularis
Todirostrum latirostre
Todirostrum chrysocrotaphum
Todirostrum maculatum
Todirostrum cinereum
Ramphotrigon fuscicauda
Ramphotrigon megacephala
Ramphotrigon ruficauda
Rhynchocyclus olivaceus
Tolmomyias assimilis
Tolmomyias poliocephalus
Tolomomyias flaviventris
Platyrinchus coronatus
Platyrinchus platyrhynchus
Onychorhynchus coronatus
Terenotriccus erythrurus
Mylobius barbatus
Myiotriccus ornatus
Myiophobus fasciatus
Contopus borealis
Contopus virens
Empidonax alnorum
Cnemotriccus fuscatus
Pyrocephalus rubinus
Lathrotriccus euleri
Ochthoeca littoralis
Muscisaxicola fluviatilis
Knipolequs species
Hymenops perspicillata
Fluvicola pica
Satrapa icterophrys
Colonia colonus
Attila cinnamoneus
Attila bolivianus
Attila spadiceus
Casiornis rufa
Rhytipterna simplex
Laniocera hypopyrrha
Sirystes sibilator
Myiarchus tuberculifer
Myiarchus swainsoni
Myiarchus ferox
Myiarchus tyrannulus
Pitangus lictor
Pitangus sulphuratus
Megarhynchus pitangua
Myiozetetes cayanensis
Myiozetetes similis
Myiozetetes granadensis
Myiozetetes luteiventris
Myiodynastes maculatus
Myiodynastes luteiventris
Myiodynastes chrysocephalus
Myiornis albiventris
Ochthornis littoralis
Conopias trivirgata
Pyrrhomyias cinnamomea
Sayornis nigricans
Legatus leucophaius
Empidonomus aurantioatrocristatus
Empidonomus varius
Tyrannopsis sulphurea
Tyrannus melancholicus
Tyrannus savanna
Tyrannus tyrannus
Pachyramphus castaneus
Pachyramphus polychopterus
Pachyramphus marginatus
Pachyramphus minor
Tityra cayana
Tityra semifasciata
Tityra inquisitor
Slender-Footed Tyrannulet
White-Lored Tyrannulet
Southern Beardless Tyrannulet
Mouse-Colored Tyrannulet
Spectacled Bristle-Tyrant
sp. Tyrannulet
Yellow-Crowned Tyrannulet
Forest Elaenia
Greenish Elaenia
Gray Elaenia
Todd's Or Dusky Flycatcher
Scrub Flycatcher
Large Elaenia
Small-Billed Elaenia
Slaty Elaenia
Mottle-Backed Elaenia
Subtropical Doradito
Tawny-Crowned Pygmy-Tyrant
Plain Tyrannulet
Olive-Striped Flycatcher
Ochre-Bellied Flycatcher
McConnell's Flycatcher
Sepia-Capped Flycatcher
Ringed Antpipit
Long-Crested Pygmy-Tyrant
White-Cheeked Tody-Flycatcher
Short-Tailed Pygmy-Tyrant
Flammulated Pygmy-Tyrant
White-Bellied Tody-Tyrant
Johanne's Tody-Tyrant
Stripe-Necked Tody-Tyrant
White-Eyed Tody-Tyrant
Buff-Throated Tody-Tyrant
Rusty-Fronted Tody-Flycatcher
Yellow-Browed Tody-Flycatcher
Spotted Tody-Flycatcher
Common Tody-Flycatcher
Dusky-Tailed Flatbill
Large-Headed Flatbill
Rufous-Tailed Flatbill
Olivaceous Flatbill
Yellow-Margined Flycatcher
Gray-Crowned Flycatcher
Yellow-Breasted Flycatcher
Golden-Crowned Spadebill
White-Crested Spadebill
Royal Flycatcher
Ruddy-Tailed Flycatcher
Suphur-Rumped Flycatcher
Ornate Flycatcher
Bran-Colored Flycatcher
Olive-Sided Flycatcher
Eastern Wood-Pewee
Alder Flycatcher
Fuscous Flycatcher
Vermilion Flycatcher
Euler's Flycatcher
Drab Water Tyrant
Little Ground-Tyrant
Black Tyrant
Spectacled Tyrant
Pied Water-Tyrant
Yellow-Browed Tyrant
Long-Tailed Tyrant
Cinamon Attila
White-Eyed Attila
Bright-Rumped Attila
Rufous Casiornis
Grayish Mourner
Cinerous Mourner
Sirystes
Dusky-Capped Flycatcher
Swainson's Flycatcher
Short-Crested Flycatcher
Brown-Crested Flycatcher
Lesser Kiskadee
Great Kiskadee
Boat-Billed Flycatcher
Rusty-Margined Flycatcher
Social Flycatcher
Green-Capped Flycatcher
Dusky-Chested Flycatcher
Streaked Flycatcher
Sulphur-Bellied Flycatcher
Golden-Crowned Flycatcher
White-Breasted Pygmy-Tyrant
Drab Water-Tyrant
Three-Striped Flycatcher
Cinnamon Flycatcher
Black Phoebe
Piratic Flycatcher
Crowned Slaty-Flycatcher
Variegated Flycatcher
Sulphury Flycatcher
Tropical Kingbird
Fork-Tailed Flycatcher
Eastern Kingbird
Chestnut-Crowned Becard
White-Winged Becard
Black-Capped Becard
Pink-Throated Becard
Black-Tailed Tityra
Masked Tityra
Black-Crowned Tityra
   
   
   
  Manakins
Piprites chloris
Schiffornis major
Schiffornis turdinus
Neopipo cinnamomea
Xenopipo atronitens
Tyraneutes stolzmanni
Neopelma sulphureiventer
Machaeropterus pyrocephalus
Pipra fasciicauda
Pipra coronata
Pipra rubrocapilla
Pipra chloromeras
Chiroxiphia boliviana
Chloropipo holochlora
Wing-Barred Manakin
Varzea Mourner
Thrush-Like Mourner
Cinnamon Manakin
Black Manakin
Dwarf Tyrant-Manakin
Sulphur-Bellied Tyrant-Manakin
Fiery-Capped Manakin
Band-Tailed Manakin
Blue-Crowned Manakin
Red-Headed Manakin
Round-Tailed Manakin
Yungas Manakin
Green Manakin
   
  Cotingas,Fruiteaters
Lipaugus vociferans
Lodopleura isabellae
Porphyrolaema porphyrolaema
Cotinga maynana
Cotinga cayana
Oxyruncus cristatus
Cephalopterus ornatus
Pipreola chlorolepidota
Gymnoderus foetidus
Querula purpurata
Screaming Piha
White-Browed PurpleTuft
Purple-Throated Cotinga
Plum-Throated Cotinga
Spangled Cotinga
SharpBill
Amazonian UmbrellaBird
Fiery-Throated Fruiteater
Bare-Necked FruitCrow
Purple-Throated FruitCrow
   
  Swallows,Martins
Tachycineta albiventer
Tachycineta leucorrhoa
Phaeprogne tapera
Progne chalybea
Progne modesta
Notiochelidon cyanoleuca
Atticora fasciata
Atticora melanoleuca
Neochelidon tibialis
Stelgidopteryx fucata
Riparia riparia
Stelgidopteryx ruficollis
Hirundo rustica
Hirundo pyrrhonota
White-Winged Swallow
White-Rumped Swallow
Brown-Chested Martin
Gray-Breasted Martin
Southern Martin
Blue & White Swallow
White-Banded Swallow
Black-Collared Swallow
White-Thighed Swallow
Tawny-Headed Swallow
Bank Swallow
Southern Rough-Winged Swallow
Barn Swallow
Cliff Swallow
   
  Jays
Cyanocorax violaceus
Cyanocorax cyanomelas
Violaceous Jay
Purplish Jay
   
  Wrens
Campylorhynchus turdinus
Thryothorus genibarbis
Thryothorus leucotis
Thryothorus guarayanus
Troglodytes aedon
Microcerculus marginatus
Cyphorhinus aradus
Thrush-Like Wren
Moustached Wren
Buff-Breasted Wren
Fawn-Breasted Wren
House Wren
Nightingale Wren
Musician Wren
   
  MockingBirds
Donacobius atricapillus Black-Capped MockingThrush
   
  Thrushes
Catharus ustulatus
Catharus fuscescens
Catharus minimus
Turdus amaurochalinus
Turdus ignobilis
Turdus lawrencii
Turdus hauxwelli
Turdus albicollis
Swainson's Thrush
Veery
Gray-Cheeked Thrush
Creamy-Bellied Thrush
Black-Billed Thrush
Lawrence's Thrush
Hauxwell's Thrush
White-Necked Thrush
   
  Finches,American Sparrows,Cardinals,Saltators
Ammodramus aurifrons
Sporophila luctuosa
Sporophila caerulescens
Sporophila castaneiventris
Sporophila schistacea
Sporophila lineola
Sporophila bouvronides
Sporophila nigricollis
Sporophila leucoptera
Arremon taciturnus
Saltator maximus
Saltator coerulescens
Oryzoborus maximiliani
Oryzoborus angolensis
Volatinia jacarina
Pitylus grossus
Paroaria gularis
Pheucticus aureoventris
Cyanocompsa cyanoides
Caryothraustes humeralis
Yellow-Browed Sparrow
Black & White SeeDeater
Double-Collared SeeDeater
Chesnut-Bellied SeeDeater
Slate-Colored SeeDeater
Lined SeeDeater
Lesson's SeeDeater
Yellow-Bellied SeeDeater
White-Bellied SeeDeater
Pectoral Sparrow
Buff-Throated Saltator
Grayish Saltator
Great-Billed Seed-Finch
Lesser Seed-Finch
Blue-Black Grassquit
Slate-Colored GrosBeak
Red-Capped Cardinal
Black-Backed GrosBeak
Blue-Black GrosBeak
Yellow-Shouldered GrosBeak
   
   
   
  Swallow-Tanagers
Tersina viridis Swallow-Tanager
   
  Tanagers,Euphonias
Cissopis leveriana
Lamprospiza melanoleuca
Thlypopsis sordida
Conothraupis speculigera
Hemithraupis guira
Hemithraupis flavicollis
Nemosia pileata
Eucometis penicillata
Tachyphonus luctuosus
Tachyphonus cristatus
Tachyphonus surinamus
Habia rubica
Ramphocelus nigrogularis
Ramphocelus carbo
Lanio versicolor
Thraupis episcopus
Thraupis sayaca
Thraupis palmerum
Piranga olivacea
Euphonia laniirostris
Euphonia chrysopasta
Euphonia minuta
Euphonia musica
Euphonia xanthogaster
Euphonia rufiventris
Tangara mexicana
Tangara chilensis
Tangara schrankii
Tangara nigrocincta
Tangara velia
Tangara callophrys
Tangara xanthogastra
Tangara gyrola
Tangara cyanicollis
Tangara arthus
Clorophonia cyanea
Chlorospingus canigularis
Chlorothraupis carmioli
Tachyphonus rufiventer
Piranga flava
Pipraeidea melonota
Dacnis lineata
Dacnis flaviventer
Dacnis cayana
Chlorophanes spiza
Cyanerpes caeruleus
Cyanerpes cyaneus
Magpie Tanager
Red-Billed Pied Tanager
Orange-Headed Tanager
Black & White Tanager
Guira Tanager
Yellow-Backed Tanager
Hooded Tanager
Gray-Headed Tanager
White-Shouldered Tanager
Flame-Crested Tanager
Fulvous-Crested Tanager
Red-Crowned Ant-Tanager
Masked Crimson Tanager
Silver-Beaked Tanager
White-Winged Shrike-Tanager
Blue-Gray Tanager
Sayaca Tanager
Palm Tanager
Scarlet Tanager
Thick-Billed Euphonia
White-Lored Euphonia
White-Vented Euphonia
Blue-Hooded Euphonia
Orange-Bellied Euphonia
Rufous-Bellied Euphonia
Turquoise Tanager
Paradise Tanager
Green & Gold Tanager
Masked Tanager
Opal-Rumped Tanager
Opal-Crowned Tanager
Yellow-Bellied Tanager
Bay-Headed Tanager
Blue-Necked Tanager
Golden Tanager
Blue-Naped Chlorophonia
Ash-Throated Bush-Tanager
Olive Tanager
Yellow-Crested Tanager
Hepatic Tanager
Fawn-Breasted Tanager
Black-Faced Dacnis
Yellow-Bellied Dacnis
Blue Dacnis
Green HoneyCreeper
Purple HoneyCreeper
Red-Legged HoneyCreeper
   
  Wood-Warblers
Basileuterus rivularis
Dendroica striata
Parula pitiayumi
Geothlypis aequinoctialis
Basileuterus chrysogaster
Phaeothlypis rivularis
Myioborus miniatus
Oporornis agilis
Wilsonia canadensis
Basileuterus fulvicauda
River Warbler
Blackpoll Warbler
Tropical Parula
Masked YellowThroat
Golden-Bellied Warbler
River Warbler
Slate-Throated RedStart(WhiteStart)
Connecticut Warbler
Canada Warbler
Buff-Rumped Warbler
   
  Vireos,GreenLets,Peppershrikes
Vireo olivaceus
Hylophilus hypoxanthus
Hylophilus thoracicus
Hylophilus ochraceiceps
Cyclarhis gujanensis
Red-Eyed Vireo
Dusky-Capped GreenLet
Lemon-Chested GreenLet
Tawny-Crowned GreenLet
Rufous-Browed Peppershrike
   
  Oropendolas,American Orioles,Blackbirds
Psarocolius oseryi
Psarocolius decumanus
Psarocolius angustifrons
Psarocolius bifasciatus
Amblycercus holosericeus
Cacicus cela
Cacicus haemmorhous
Cacicus solitarius
Icterus cayanensis
Icterus icterus
Scaphidura oryzivora
Molothrus bonariensis
Agelaius xanthophthalmus
Sturnella superciliaris
Dolichonyx oryzivorous
Ramphocaenus melanurus
Microbates cinereiventris
Casqued Oropendola
Crested Oropendola
Russet-Backed Oropendola
Olive Oropendola
Yellow-Billed Cacique
Yellow-Rumped Cacique
Red-Rumped Cacique
Solitary Black Cacique
Epaulet Oriole
Troupial
Giant CowBird
Shiny CowBird
Pale-Eyed BlackBird
White-Browed BlackBird
Bobolink
Long-Billed GnatWren
Half-Collared(Tawny-Faced) GnatWren
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