Spotted Nothura: This bird is native to grassy habitats in eastern and southern Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, and eastern and northern Argentina. The Spotted Nothura eats plants, typically seeds, and animal matter. In Argentina they seem to eat more of the animal matter then they do in other locations.
The Tinamou-looks somewhat quail or partridge like with an elegant shape, but more closely related to the ratites, though not in the same family.
Elegant Crested Tinamou: Is a medium-sized tinamou that can be found in southern Chile and Argentina in shrubland. is typically found in the lowland dry shrubland, also in the higher elevations and farmland too. The diet, during the winter, consists mainly of seeds, leaves, fruit and insects, but in the summer it east mainly insects.
Curve-billed Tinamou Nothoprocta curvirostris - Google Search