Category Archives: Iguaçu Falls

Demoiselle Crane


Gruiformes

Place: Iguaçu Bird Park, Brazil
Date: 23 April 2014.



[Grus (Anthropoides) virgo, Family Gruidae, Order Gruiformes, Wikipedia Entry: Demoiselle crane]

The sound of the demoiselle crane (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Oscar Campbell)

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Blue-and-yellow Macaw


Psittaciformes

Place: Iguaçu Bird Park, Brazil
Dates: 23 April 2014.



[Ara ararauna, Family Psittacidae, Order Psittaciformes, Wikipedia Entry: Blue-and-yellow macaw]

The sound of the blue-and-yellow macaw (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Fernando Igor de Godoy)

Distribution of the blue-and-yellow macaw across the British Isles (borrowed from the Bird Atlas Mapstore).

Red-and-green Macaw


Psittaciformes

Place: Iguaçu Falls, Brazil
Date: 23 April 2014.






[Ara chloropterus, Family Psittacidae, Order Psittaciformes, Wikipedia Entry: Red-and-green macaw]

The sound of the red-and-green macaw (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Fernando Igor de Godoy)

Black-fronted Piping-Guan


Galliformes

Place: Iguaçu Falls, Brazil
Date: 23 April 2014.


[Pipile jacutinga, Family Cracidae, Order Galliformes, Wikipedia Entry: Black-fronted piping guan]

The sound of the Maltese sparrow (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Roney Assis Souza)

Vinaceous Parrot


Psittaciformes

Place: Iguaçu Falls Bird Park, Brazil
Date: 23 April 2014.


[Amazona vinacea, Family Psittacidae, Order Psittaciformes, Wikipedia Entry: Vinaceous-breasted amazon]

The sound of the vinaceous parrot (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Douglas Meyer)

Harpy Eagle


Accipitriformes

Place: Iguaçu Bird Park, Brazil
Date: 23 April 2014.


[Harpia harpyja, Family Accipitridae, Order Accipitriformes, Wikipedia Entry: Harpy eagle]

The sound of the harpy eagle (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Juha Honkala)

Burrowing Owl


Strigiformes

Place: Iguaçu Bird Park, Brazil
Date: 23 April 2014.



[Athene cunicularia, Family Strigidae, Order Strigiformes, Wikipedia Entry: Burrowing owl]

The sound of the burrowing owl (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Rafael Martos Martins)