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The Common Guaraguaco is a scavenger bird that flies slowly looking for dead animals or walks on the ground looking for food on the ground or in the grass.
The Rufous-tailed Jacamar is a beautiful honey-brown chested, copper-green bird that very much looks like a hummingbird or a king fisher, hence it is also known as the “king hummingbird”
The Andean Motmot occurs in humid montane forests of the Andes mountains of South America, from Colombia all the way to Bolivia.
The Andean cock-of-the-rock is distributed in the cloud forests of the Andes. It lives in a large range across Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Perú, and Bolivia, mostly in gorges and forested streams
The bar-crested antshrike is a species found in Colombia and Venezuela. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests.
The Tropical Screech-Owl is the most common and widespread screech-owl of the neotropics, this species is found from Costa Rica through much of lowland South America.
The Green Jay is a tropical bird of the Americas and lives in two different regions, one from north of the Rio Grande River in Texas to Honduras and a second from Colombia and Venezuela through eastern Ecuador and Peru to Bolivia.
The spectacled owl is a large tropical owl native to the neotropics. It is a resident breeder in forests from southern Mexico and Trinidad, through Central America, to southern Brazil, Paraguay and northwestern Argentina.
The scarlet macaw is a large red, yellow, and blue Central and South American parrot, it is native to rainforests in Central and South America from Mexico to Peru, Colombia, Bolivia, Venezuela and Brazil.
The Scrub Tanager is an almost endemic species for Colombia, is distributed between 500 and 2200 m above sea level throughout the Andean region with the exception of the eastern slope of the Eastern Cordillera. It is also found in the Andean area north of Ecuador.