# Species:429
# Excl Vagrants:429
# Endemics:6
# Near Endemics:9


List of target species for the country that could possibly be seen at this location. Target birds are those that are endemic, near endemic, critically endangered or endangered according to the IUCN, best seen in this country, or always considered by us to be a target. Accidentals, vagrants, and very rare species are excluded from this list.

color codes

1Red-throated Piping-GuanPipile cujubiNE
2Blue-eyed Ground DoveColumbina cyanopisE
3Long-tailed Ground DoveUropelia campestrisNE
4Biscutate SwiftStreptoprocne biscutataBC
5Cinnamon-throated HermitPhaethornis nattereriNE
6Chaco EagleButeogallus coronatusEN
7Eastern Striolated-PuffbirdNystalus striolatusNE
8Red-necked AracariPteroglossus bitorquatusNE
9Hyacinth MacawAnodorhynchus hyacinthinusBC
10Rufous-winged AntshrikeThamnophilus torquatusBC
11Natterer's Slaty-AntshrikeThamnophilus stictocephalusNE
12Planalto Slaty-AntshrikeThamnophilus pelzelniE
13East Amazonian Fire-eyePyriglena leuconotaE
14White-breasted AntbirdRhegmatorhina hoffmannsiE
15Collared CrescentchestMelanopareia torquataBC
16Uniform WoodcreeperHylexetastes uniformisBC
17Russet-mantled Foliage-gleanerSyndactyla dimidiataNE
18Chestnut-capped Foliage-gleanerClibanornis rectirostrisNE
19Helmeted ManakinAntilophia galeataBC
20Snethlage's Tody-TyrantHemitriccus minorNE
21Rufous-sided Scrub-TyrantEuscarthmus rufomarginatusBC
22Crested Black-TyrantKnipolegus lophotesBC
23White-bellied Warbler**Basileuterus hypoleucusBC
24White-banded TanagerNeothraupis fasciataBC
25White-bellied TanagerTangara brasiliensisE
26Tropeiro SeedeaterSporophila beltoniE


 *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.