# Species:108
# Excl Vagrants:108
# Endemics:4
# Near Endemics:8


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.*

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Rheas: Rheidae

1Lesser RheaRhea pennata

Tinamous: Tinamidae

2Darwin's NothuraNothura darwinii
3Elegant Crested-TinamouEudromia elegans

Ducks: Anatidae

4Upland GooseChloephaga picta
5Ashy-headed GooseChloephaga poliocephala
6Flying Steamer-DuckTachyeres patachonicus
7Crested DuckLophonetta specularioides
8Red ShovelerSpatula platalea
9Chiloe WigeonMareca sibilatrix
10Yellow-billed PintailAnas georgica
11Yellow-billed TealAnas flavirostris

Flamingos: Phoenicopteridae

12Chilean FlamingoPhoenicopterus chilensis

Grebes: Podicipedidae

13Great GrebePodiceps major
14Silvery GrebePodiceps occipitalis

Pigeons and Doves: Columbidae

15Rock PigeonColumba livia
16Eared DoveZenaida auriculata

Rails, Gallinules, and Coots: Rallidae

17Plumbeous RailPardirallus sanguinolentus

Magellanic Plover: Pluvianellidae

18Magellanic PloverPluvianellus socialis

Sheathbills: Chionidae

19Snowy SheathbillChionis albus

Oystercatchers: Haematopodidae

20American OystercatcherHaematopus palliatus
21Blackish OystercatcherHaematopus ater
22Magellanic OystercatcherHaematopus leucopodus

Plovers and Lapwings: Charadriidae

23Southern LapwingVanellus chilensis
24Collared PloverAnarhynchus collaris
25Two-banded PloverAnarhynchus falklandicus

Sandpipers and Allies: Scolopacidae

26SanderlingCalidris alba
27Baird's SandpiperCalidris bairdii
28Pectoral SandpiperCalidris melanotos

Skuas and Jaegers: Stercorariidae

29Chilean SkuaStercorarius chilensis
30Brown SkuaStercorarius antarcticus

Gulls, Terns, and Skimmers: Laridae

31Brown-hooded GullChroicocephalus maculipennis
32Dolphin GullLeucophaeus scoresbii
33Olrog's GullLarus atlanticus
34Kelp GullLarus dominicanus
35Snowy-crowned TernSterna trudeaui
36South American TernSterna hirundinacea
37Common TernSterna hirundo
38Sandwich TernThalasseus sandvicensis
39Royal TernThalasseus maximus

Penguins: Spheniscidae

40Gentoo PenguinPygoscelis papua
41Magellanic PenguinSpheniscus magellanicus

Albatrosses: Diomedeidae

42Black-browed AlbatrossThalassarche melanophris

Shearwaters and Petrels: Procellariidae

43Southern Giant-PetrelMacronectes giganteus
44Northern Giant-PetrelMacronectes halli
45Slender-billed PrionPachyptila belcheri
46White-chinned PetrelProcellaria aequinoctialis
47Great ShearwaterArdenna gravis
48Sooty ShearwaterArdenna griseus
49Manx ShearwaterPuffinus puffinus

Cormorants and Shags: Phalacrocoracidae

50Red-legged CormorantPoikilocarbo gaimardi
51Neotropic CormorantNannopterum brasilianus
52Magellanic CormorantLeucocarbo magellanicus
53Imperial CormorantLeucocarbo atriceps

Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns: Ardeidae

54Black-crowned Night HeronNycticorax nycticorax
55Snowy EgretEgretta thula
56Great EgretArdea alba
57Cocoi HeronArdea cocoi

Ibises and Spoonbills: Threskiornithidae

58White-faced IbisPlegadis chihi
59Black-faced IbisTheristicus melanopis

New World Vultures: Cathartidae

60Black VultureCoragyps atratus
61Turkey VultureCathartes aura

Hawks, Eagles, and Kites: Accipitridae

62Cinereous HarrierCircus cinereus
63Variable HawkGeranoaetus polyosoma
64Black-chested Buzzard-EagleGeranoaetus melanoleucus

Owls: Strigidae

65Burrowing OwlAthene cunicularia

Falcons and Caracaras: Falconidae

66Crested CaracaraCaracara cheriway
67Chimango CaracaraDaptrius chimango
68American KestrelFalco sparverius
69Aplomado FalconFalco femoralis
70Peregrine FalconFalco peregrinus

Parrots: Psittacidae

71Burrowing ParakeetCyanoliseus patagonus

Ovenbirds and Woodcreepers: Furnariidae

72Common MinerGeositta cunicularia
73Band-tailed EarthcreeperOchetorhynchus phoenicurus
74Rufous HorneroFurnarius rufus
75Scale-throated EarthcreeperUpucerthia dumetaria
76Buff-winged CinclodesCinclodes fuscus
77Plain-mantled Tit-SpinetailLeptasthenura aegithaloides
78Sharp-billed CanasteroAsthenes pyrrholeuca
79Patagonian CanasteroPseudasthenes patagonica
80White-throated CacholotePseudoseisura gutturalis

Tyrant Flycatchers: Tyrannidae

81Tufted Tit-TyrantAnairetes parulus
82Austral NegritoLessonia rufa
83White-winged Black-TyrantKnipolegus aterrimus
84Dark-faced Ground-TyrantMuscisaxicola maclovianus
85White MonjitaXolmis irupero
86Rusty-backed MonjitaNeoxolmis rubetra
87Gray-bellied Shrike-TyrantAgriornis micropterus
88Lesser Shrike-TyrantAgriornis murinus

Swallows: Hirundinidae

89Chilean SwallowTachycineta leucopyga
90Southern MartinProgne elegans
91Blue-and-white SwallowPygochelidon cyanoleuca
92Barn SwallowHirundo rustica

Wrens: Troglodytidae

93House WrenTroglodytes aedon

Mockingbirds and Thrashers: Mimidae

94Patagonian MockingbirdMimus patagonicus
95Chalk-browed MockingbirdMimus saturninus
96White-banded MockingbirdMimus triurus

Thrushes and Allies: Turdidae

97Austral ThrushTurdus falcklandii
98Chiguanco ThrushTurdus chiguanco

Old World Sparrows: Passeridae

99House SparrowPasser domesticus

Wagtails and Pipits: Motacillidae

100Short-billed PipitAnthus furcatus

New World Sparrows: Passerellidae

101Rufous-collared SparrowZonotrichia capensis

Troupials and Allies: Icteridae

102Long-tailed MeadowlarkLeistes loyca
103Shiny CowbirdMolothrus bonariensis

Tanagers and Allies: Thraupidae

104Gray-hooded Sierra FinchPhrygilus gayi
105Carbonated Sierra FinchPorphyrospiza carbonarius
106Mourning Sierra FinchRhopospina fruticeti
107Patagonian Yellow-FinchSicalis lebruni
108Grassland Yellow-FinchSicalis luteola


 *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.