Altitude (m):4415
# Species*:89
# Excl Vagrants*:89
# Endemics*:12
# Near Endemics*:12
*Based on partial or incomplete data.
Habitat: Puna grassland, bogs, Polylepis woodland, arid scrub


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

1Bronze-tailed CometPolyonymus caroliE
2Black-breasted HillstarOreotrochilus melanogasterE
3Olivaceous ThornbillChalcostigma olivaceumNE
4Black MetaltailMetallura phoebeE
5Amazilia HummingbirdAmazilis amaziliaNE
6Cordilleran ParakeetPsittacara frontalusNE
7Stripe-headed AntpittaGrallaria andicolusNE
8Dark-winged MinerGeositta saxicolinaE
9Striated EarthcreeperGeocerthia serranaE
10White-bellied CinclodesCinclodes palliatusE
11Rusty-crowned Tit-SpinetailLeptasthenura pileataE
12Streaked Tit-SpinetailLeptasthenura striataNE
13Junin CanasteroAsthenes virgataE
14Streak-throated CanasteroAsthenes humilisNE
15Canyon CanasteroAsthenes pudibundaNE
16White-cheeked CotingaZaratornis stresemanniE
17Pied-crested Tit-TyrantAnairetes reguloidesNE
18Taczanowski's Ground-TyrantMuscisaxicola griseusNE
19Rusty-bellied BrushfinchAtlapetes nationiE
20Peruvian Sierra FinchPhrygilus punensisNE
21Tit-like DacnisXenodacnis parinaNE
22Great Inca-FinchIncaspiza pulchraE
23Rufous-breasted Warbling FinchPoospiza rubeculaE
24Collared Warbling FinchPoospiza hispaniolensisNE


 *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.