# Species*:61
# Excl Vagrants*:61
# Endemics*:2
# Near Endemics*:1
*Based on partial or incomplete data.


The table below lists species recorded at this locale but does not indicate frequency of occurrence there. It does indicate whether each species is globally threatened or endangered according to the IUCN and also whether it is migratory, very rare, or accidental in the country. The list is based on available data and may be incomplete.*

color codes

Tinamous: Tinamidae

1Brushland TinamouNothoprocta cinerascens
2Darwin's NothuraNothura darwinii

Ducks: Anatidae

3Silver TealSpatula versicolor
4Yellow-billed PintailAnas georgica
5Yellow-billed TealAnas flavirostris

Grebes: Podicipedidae

6White-tufted GrebeRollandia rolland
7Pied-billed GrebePodilymbus podiceps

Pigeons and Doves: Columbidae

8Eared DoveZenaida auriculata

Swifts: Apodidae

9White-collared SwiftStreptoprocne zonaris
10Andean SwiftAeronautes andecolus

Hummingbirds: Trochilidae

11Red-tailed CometSappho sparganurus

Rails, Gallinules, and Coots: Rallidae

12Plumbeous RailPardirallus sanguinolentus
13Spot-flanked GallinulePorphyriops melanops
14Common GallinuleGallinula galeata
15Red-fronted CootFulica rufifrons
16Red-gartered CootFulica armillata
17White-winged CootFulica leucoptera

Stilts and Avocets: Recurvirostridae

18Black-necked StiltHimantopus mexicanus

Plovers and Lapwings: Charadriidae

19Southern LapwingVanellus chilensis

Painted-Snipes: Rostratulidae

20South American Painted-SnipeNycticryphes semicollaris

Sandpipers and Allies: Scolopacidae

21Pantanal SnipeGallinago paraguaiae
22Lesser YellowlegsTringa flavipes
23Greater YellowlegsTringa melanoleuca
24Baird's SandpiperCalidris bairdii

Cormorants and Shags: Phalacrocoracidae

25Neotropic CormorantNannopterum brasilianus

Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns: Ardeidae

26Black-crowned Night HeronNycticorax nycticorax
27Snowy EgretEgretta thula
28Great EgretArdea alba

Ibises and Spoonbills: Threskiornithidae

29Buff-necked IbisTheristicus caudatus

New World Vultures: Cathartidae

30Andean CondorVultur gryphus

Seriemas: Cariamidae

31Red-legged SeriemaCariama cristata

Falcons and Caracaras: Falconidae

32Aplomado FalconFalco femoralis

Ovenbirds and Woodcreepers: Furnariidae

33Common MinerGeositta cunicularia
34Rufous-banded MinerGeositta rufipennis
35Chaco EarthcreeperTarphonomus certhioides
36Buff-winged CinclodesCinclodes fuscus
37Cordoba CinclodesCinclodes comechingonus
38Olrog's CinclodesCinclodes olrogi
39White-winged CinclodesCinclodes atacamensis
40Lark-like BrushrunnerCoryphistera alaudina
41Streak-backed CanasteroAsthenes wyatti
42Cordilleran CanasteroAsthenes modesta
43Stripe-crowned SpinetailCranioleuca pyrrhophia
44Brown CacholotePseudoseisura lophotes

Tyrant Flycatchers: Tyrannidae

45Subtropical DoraditoPseudocolopteryx acutipennis
46Austral NegritoLessonia rufa
47Spectacled TyrantHymenops perspicillatus
48Rufous-naped Ground-TyrantMuscisaxicola rufivertex
49Black-crowned MonjitaNeoxolmis coronatus
50Black-billed Shrike-TyrantAgriornis montanus

Wrens: Troglodytidae

51House WrenTroglodytes aedon

Mockingbirds and Thrashers: Mimidae

52Chalk-browed MockingbirdMimus saturninus

Thrushes and Allies: Turdidae

53Chiguanco ThrushTurdus chiguanco

Wagtails and Pipits: Motacillidae

54Hellmayr's PipitAnthus hellmayri

New World Sparrows: Passerellidae

55Chaco SparrowRhynchospiza strigiceps

Troupials and Allies: Icteridae

56Long-tailed MeadowlarkLeistes loyca
57Shiny CowbirdMolothrus bonariensis

Tanagers and Allies: Thraupidae

58Plumbeous Sierra FinchGeospizopsis unicolor
59Ash-breasted Sierra FinchGeospizopsis plebejus
60Great Pampa-FinchEmbernagra platensis
61Band-tailed SeedeaterCatamenia analis


 *Nomenclature and taxonomic affinities are based on Clements 6th Edition published 2007 with updates through 2021 maintained by the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, which relies largely on the AOU and SACC nomenclature committees. IUCN status may reflect splits not currently recognized by Clements.
**Species not accepted by Clements, AOU, or SACC that we recognize based on the IOC, field observations along with geographical separation, consensus opinions of field guide authors, and other sources. These species are potential splits in future Clements updates.