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The pin-tailed manakin (Ilicura militaris) is a species of bird in the monotypic genus[citation needed] Ilicura of the family Pipridae. It is endemic to Brazil.

The Pin-tailed Manakin (Ilicura militaris) is a species of bird in the monotypic genus[citation needed] Ilicura of the family Pipridae. It is endemic to Brazil.

Rainbow Bird - Costa Rica

The Red-headed Barbet (Eubucco bourcierii) is a species of bird in the Capitonidae family. It is found in humid highland forest in Costa Rica and Panama, as well as the Andes in western Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador and far northern Peru.

Red-Crested Cardinal. Hawaii.

Red-headed Cardinal Hawaii: This lovely 'Cardinal' is actually a member of the tanager family and is not closely related to the true cardinals. Native to northern Argentina, Bolivia, southern Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay this bird has also been introduced

Khya hai yaar

Purple Throated Sunbird - Leptocoma sperata - By Lawrence Neo - is a species of bird in the Nectariniidae family. - Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical mangrove forests of South-East Asia.

White-crowned Manakin (Dixiphia pipra)  Male. Occurs widely in Neotropical rainforests, but huge vocal differences within this species suggest that several species may be involved.

Occurs widely in Neotropical rainforests, but huge vocal differences within this species suggest that several species may be involved

The magnificent 'Harpy Eagle' (Harpia harpyja) Often cited as world's largest extant Eagle, it indeed is one of the largest and most powerful living raptors.

The magnificent 'Harpy Eagle'- reminds me of a hippogriff from Harry Potter

Red-headed manakin (Ceratopipra rubrocapilla)

Red-headed manakin (Ceratopipra rubrocapilla)

The Southern Crested Caracara (Caracara plancus), also known as the Southern Caracara is very similar to the Northern Crested Caracara (Caracara cheriway) of the southern United States, Mexico, Central America and northern South America. There was a time when the Northern Crested Caracara was considered a subspecies, but now is recognized as a separate species. There are notable differences; the Southern Crested Caracara is on average a bit larger than the Northern Caracara. The Southern…

The Southern Crested Caracara (Caracara plancus), also known as the Southern Caracara is very similar to the Northern Crested Caracara (Caracara cheriway) of the southern United States, Mexico, Central America and northern South America. There was a time when the Northern Crested Caracara was considered a subspecies, but now is recognized as a separate species. There are notable differences; the Southern Crested Caracara is on average a bit larger than the Northern Caracara. The Southern…

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