List of birds of Brazil


List of birds of Brazil

Brazil has one of the richest bird diversities in the world, with more than 1700 species of birds, about 57% of the bird species recorded for all of South America. These numbers are still increasing, almost every year, due to new occurrences or new species being described. About 10% of the bird species found in the country are, nonetheless, threatened.

Struthioniformes


=Rheidae - Rheas=

* Greater Rhea, "Rhea americana" Near-threatened

Tinamiformes

Tinamidae - Tinamous

* Grey Tinamou, "Tinamus tao"
* Solitary Tinamou, "Tinamus solitarius" Near-threatened
* Great Tinamou, "Tinamus major"
* White-throated Tinamou, "Tinamus guttatus"
* Cinereous Tinamou, "Crypturellus cinereus"
* Red-legged Tinamou, "Crypturellus erythropus"
* Little Tinamou, "Crypturellus soui"
* Brown Tinamou, "Crypturellus obsoletus"
* Undulated Tinamou, "Crypturellus undulatus"
* Brazilian Tinamou, "Crypturellus strigulosus"
* Gray-legged Tinamou, "Crypturellus duidae"
* Yellow-legged Tinamou, "Crypturellus noctivagus" Endemic Near-threatened
* Black-capped Tinamou, "Crypturellus atrocapillus"
* Variegated Tinamou, "Crypturellus variegatus"
* Rusty Tinamou, "Crypturellus brevirostris"
* Bartlett's Tinamou, "Crypturellus bartletti"
* Small-billed Tinamou, "Crypturellus parvirostris"
* Tataupa Tinamou, "Crypturellus tataupa"
* Red-winged Tinamou, "Rhynchotus rufescens"
* White-bellied Nothura, "Nothura boraquira"
* Lesser Nothura, "Nothura minor" Endemic Vulnerable
* Spotted Nothura, "Nothura maculosa"
* Dwarf Tinamou, "Taoniscus nanus" Endemic Vulnerable

Anseriformes

Anhimidae - Screamers

* Horned Screamer, "Anhima cornuta"
* Southern Screamer, "Chauna torquata"


=Anatidae- Ducks, Geese and Swans=

* Fulvous Whistling-Duck, "Dendrocygna bicolor"
* White-faced Whistling-Duck, "Dendrocygna viduata"
* Black-bellied Whistling-Duck, "Dendrocygna autumnalis"
* Black-necked Swan, "Cygnus melanocorypha"
* Coscoroba Swan, "Coscoroba coscoroba"
* Orinoco Goose, "Neochen jubata" Near-threatened
* Muscovy Duck, "Cairina moschata"
* Comb Duck, "Sarkidiornis melanotos"
* Ringed Teal, "Callonetta leucophrys"
* Brazilian Teal, "Amazonetta brasiliensis"
* Chiloe Wigeon, "Anas sibilatrix"
* Speckled Teal, "Anas flavirostris"
* Northern Pintail, "Anas acuta" Rare/Accidental
* Yellow-billed Pintail, "Anas georgica"
* White-cheeked Pintail, "Anas bahamensis"
* Silver Teal, "Anas versicolor"
* Blue-winged Teal, "Anas discors"
* Cinnamon Teal, "Anas cyanoptera"
* Red Shoveler, "Anas platalea"
* Rosy-billed Pochard, "Netta peposaca"
* Southern Pochard, "Netta erythrophthalma"
* Brazilian Merganser, Mergus octosetaceus" Critically endangered
* Black-headed Duck, "Heteronetta atricapilla"
* Masked Duck, "Nomonyx dominica"
* Lake Duck, "Oxyura vittata"

Galliformes

Cracidae - Curassows, Guans and Chachalacas

* Chaco Chachalaca, "Ortalis canicollis"
* Little Chachalaca, "Ortalis motmot"
* Speckled Chachalaca, "Ortalis guttata"
* Buff-browed Chachalaca, "Ortalis superciliaris" Endemic Near-threatened
* Marail Guan, "Penelope marail"
* Rusty-margined Guan, "Penelope superciliaris"
* Spix's Guan, "Penelope jacquacu"
* Dusky-legged Guan, "Penelope obscura"
* White-crested Guan, "Penelope pileata" Endemic Near-threatened
* Chestnut-bellied Guan, "Penelope ochrogaster" Endemic Endangered
* White-browed Guan, "Penelope jacucaca" Endemic Near-threatened
* Blue-throated Piping-Guan, "Pipile cumanensis"
* Red-throated Piping-Guan, "Pipile cujubi"
* Black-fronted Piping-Guan, "Pipile jacutinga" Vulnerable
* Nocturnal Curassow, "Nothocrax urumutum"
* Crestless Curassow, "Mitu tomentosa"
* Razor-billed Curassow, "Mitu tuberosa"
* Alagoas Curassow, "Mitu mitu" Endemic
* Black Curassow, "Crax alector"
* Bare-faced Curassow, "Crax fasciolata"
* Wattled Curassow, "Crax globulosa" Vulnerable
* Red-billed Curassow, "Crax blumenbachii" Endemic Endangered


=Odontophoridae - New World Quails=

* Crested Bobwhite, "Colinus cristatus"
* Marbled Wood-Quail, "Odontophorus gujanensis"
* Spot-winged Wood-Quail, "Odontophorus capueira"
* Starred Wood-Quail, "Odontophorus stellatus"

Podicipediformes

Podicipedidae - Grebes

* Least Grebe, "Tachybaptus dominicus"
* Pied-billed Grebe, "Podilymbus podiceps"
* White-tufted Grebe, "Rollandia rolland"
* Great Grebe, "Podiceps major"
* Silvery Grebe, "Podiceps occipitalis"

Sphenisciformes

Spheniscidae - Penguins

* King Penguin, "Aptenodytes patagonicus" Rare/Accidental
* Rockhopper Penguin, "Eudyptes chrysocome" Rare/Accidental Vulnerable
* Macaroni Penguin, "Eudyptes chrysolophus" Rare/Accidental Vulnerable
* Magellanic Penguin, "Spheniscus magellanicus"

Procellariiformes

Diomedeidae - Albatrosses

* Wandering Albatross, "Diomedea exulans"
* Royal Albatross, "Diomedea epomophora"
* Grey-headed Albatross, "Thalassarche chrysostoma" Rare/Accidental Vulnerable
* Black-browed Albatross, "Thalassarche melanophris"
* Shy Albatross, "Thalassarche cauta" Near-threatened
* Yellow-nosed Albatross, "Thalassarche chlororhynchos"
* Sooty Albatross, "Phoebetria fusca" Vulnerable
* Light-mantled Albatross, "Phoebetria palpebrata"

Procellariidae - Shearwaters and Petrels

* Antarctic Giant Petrel, "Macronectes giganteus" Vulnerable
* Hall's Giant Petrel, "Macronectes halli" Near-threatened
* Southern Fulmar, "Fulmarus glacialoides"
* Cape Petrel, "Daption capense"
* Great-winged Petrel, "Pterodroma macroptera" Rare/Accidental
* White-headed Petrel, "Pterodroma lessonii" Rare/Accidental
* Black-capped Petrel, Pterodroma hasitata, Endangered
* Atlantic Petrel, "Pterodroma incerta" Vulnerable
* Kermadec Petrel, "Pterodroma neglecta"
* Herald Petrel, "Pterodroma arminjoniana"
* Soft-plumaged Petrel, "Pterodroma mollis" Rare/Accidental
* Blue Petrel, "Halobaena caerulea" Rare/Accidental
* Broad-billed Prion, "Pachyptila vittata"
* Antarctic Prion, "Pachyptila desolata" Rare/Accidental
* Slender-billed Prion, "Pachyptila belcheri"
* Bulwer's Petrel, "Bulweria bulwerii"
* Grey Petrel, "Procellaria cinerea" Rare/Accidental Near-threatened
* White-chinned Petrel, "Procellaria aequinoctialis"
* Kerguelen Petrel, "Aphrodroma brevirostris" Rare/Accidental
* Cory's Shearwater, "Calonectris diomedea"
* Cape Verde Shearwater, "Calonectris edwardsii"
* Greater Shearwater, "Puffinus gravis"
* Sooty Shearwater, "Puffinus griseus"
* Manx Shearwater, "Puffinus puffinus"
* Little Shearwater, "Puffinus assimilis"
* Audubon's Shearwater, "Puffinus lherminieri"


=Hydrobatidae - Storm Petrels=

* Wilson's Storm-Petrel, "Oceanites oceanicus"
* White-faced Storm-Petrel, "Pelagodroma marina"
* Black-bellied Storm-Petrel, "Fregetta tropica"
* White-bellied Storm-Petrel, "Fregetta grallaria" Rare/Accidental
* Band-rumped Storm-Petrel, "Oceanodroma castro" Rare/Accidental
* Leach's Storm-Petrel, "Oceanodroma leucorhoa"


=Pelecanoididae - Diving-Petrels=

* Magellan Diving Petrel, "Pelecanoides magellani" Rare/Accidental

Pelecaniformes

Phaethontidae - Tropicbirds

* Red-billed Tropicbird, "Phaethon aethereus"
* Red-tailed Tropicbird, "Phaethon rubricauda" Rare/Accidental
* White-tailed Tropicbird, "Phaethon lepturus"

Pelecanidae - Pelicans

* Brown Pelican, "Pelecanus occidentalis"


=Sulidae - Boobies and Gannets=

* Cape Gannet, "Morus capensis" Vulnerable
* Australian Gannet, "Morus serrator" Rare/Accidental
* Masked Booby, "Sula dactylatra"
* Red-footed Booby, "Sula sula"
* Brown Booby, "Sula leucogaster"

Phalacrocoracidae - Cormorants

* Neotropic Cormorant, "Phalacrocorax brasilianus"
* Antarctic Shag, "Phalacrocorax bransfieldensis" Rare/Accidental

Anhingidae - Darters

* Anhinga, "Anhinga anhinga"

Fregatidae - Frigatebirds

* Magnificent Frigatebird, "Fregata magnificens"
* Great Frigatebird, "Fregata minor"
* Lesser Frigatebird, "Fregata ariel"

Ciconiiformes

Ardeidae - Bitterns, Herons and Egrets

* Whistling Heron, "Syrigma sibilatrix"
* Capped Heron, "Pilherodius pileatus"
* Grey Heron, "Ardea cinerea" Rare/Accidental
* Cocoi Heron, "Ardea cocoi"
* Purple Heron, "Ardea purpurea" Rare/Accidental
* Great Egret, "Ardea alba"
* Tricolored Heron, "Egretta tricolor"
* Little Blue Heron, "Egretta caerulea"
* Western Reef-Heron, "Egretta gularis" Rare/Accidental
* Snowy Egret, "Egretta thula"
* Little Egret, "Egretta garzetta" Rare/Accidental
* Cattle Egret, "Bubulcus ibis"
* Striated Heron, "Butorides striata"
* Agami Heron, "Agamia agami"
* Black-crowned Night-Heron, "Nycticorax nycticorax"
* Yellow-crowned Night-Heron, "Nyctanassa violacea"
* Boat-billed Heron, "Cochlearius cochlearius"
* Fasciated Tiger-Heron, "Tigrisoma fasciatum"
* Rufescent Tiger-Heron, "Tigrisoma lineatum"
* Zigzag Heron, "Zebrilus undulatus"
* Stripe-backed Bittern, "Ixobrychus involucris"
* Least Bittern, "Ixobrychus exilis"
* Pinnated Bittern, "Botaurus pinnatus"

Threskiornithidae - Ibises and Spoonbills

* Plumbeous Ibis, "Theristicus caerulescens"
* Buff-necked Ibis, "Theristicus caudatus"
* Sharp-tailed Ibis, "Cercibis oxycerca"
* Green Ibis, "Mesembrinibis cayennensis"
* Bare-faced Ibis, "Phimosus infuscatus"
* Scarlet Ibis, "Eudocimus ruber"
* White-faced Ibis, "Plegadis chihi"
* Eurasian Spoonbill, "Platalea leucorodia" Rare/Accidental
* Roseate Spoonbill, "Platalea ajaja"

Ciconiidae - Storks

* Wood Stork, "Mycteria americana"
* Maguari Stork, "Ciconia maguari"
* Jabiru, "Jabiru mycteria"

Phoenicopteriformes

Phoenicopteridae - Flamingos

* Caribbean Flamingo, "Phoenicopterus ruber"
* Chilean Flamingo, "Phoenicopterus chilensis" Near-threatened
* Andean Flamingo, "Phoenicopterus andinus"

Falconiformes


=Cathartidae - New World Vultures=

* American Black Vulture, "Coragyps atratus"
* Turkey Vulture, "Cathartes aura"
* Lesser Yellow-headed Vulture, "Cathartes burrovianus"
* Greater Yellow-headed Vulture, "Cathartes melambrotus"
* Andean Condor, "Vultur gryphus" Rare/Accidental Near-threatened
* King Vulture, "Sarcoramphus papa"

Pandionidae - Ospreys

* Osprey, "Pandion haliaetus"


=Accipitridae - Hawks, Kites and Eagles=

* Gray-headed Kite, "Leptodon cayanensis"
* White-collared Kite, "Leptodon forbesi" Endemic Critically endangered
* Hook-billed Kite, "Chondrohierax uncinatus"
* Swallow-tailed Kite, "Elanoides forficatus"
* Pearl Kite, "Gampsonyx swainsonii"
* White-tailed Kite, "Elanus leucurus"
* Snail Kite, "Rostrhamus sociabilis"
* Slender-billed Kite, "Rostrhamus hamatus"
* Double-toothed Kite, "Harpagus bidentatus"
* Rufous-thighed Kite, "Harpagus diodon"
* Mississippi Kite, "Ictinia mississippiensis" Rare/Accidental
* Plumbeous Kite, "Ictinia plumbea"
* Long-winged Harrier, "Circus buffoni"
* Cinereous Harrier, "Circus cinereus"
* Grey-bellied Goshawk, "Accipiter poliogaster"
* Tiny Hawk, "Accipiter superciliosus"
* Rufous-thighed Hawk, "Accipiter erythronemius"
* Bicolored Hawk, "Accipiter bicolor"
* Crane Hawk, "Geranospiza caerulescens"
* Slate-colored Hawk, "Leucopternis schistaceus"
* Black-faced Hawk, "Leucopternis melanops"
* White-browed Hawk, "Leucopternis kuhli"
* White-necked Hawk, "Leucopternis lacernulatus" Endemic Vulnerable
* White Hawk, "Leucopternis albicollis"
* Mantled Hawk, "Leucopternis polionotus" Near-threatened
* Rufous Crab-Hawk, "Buteogallus aequinoctialis"
* Common Black-Hawk, "Buteogallus anthracinus" Rare/Accidental
* Great Black-Hawk, "Buteogallus urubitinga"
* Savanna Hawk, "Buteogallus meridionalis"
* Harris's Hawk, "Parabuteo unicinctus"
* Black-collared Hawk, "Busarellus nigricollis"
* Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle, "Geranoaetus melanoleucus"
* Crowned Solitary Eagle, "Harpyhaliaetus coronatus" Endangered
* Gray Hawk, "Asturina nitida"
* Roadside Hawk, "Buteo magnirostris"
* Broad-winged Hawk, "Buteo platypterus"
* White-rumped Hawk, "Buteo leucorrhous"
* Short-tailed Hawk, "Buteo brachyurus"
* Swainson's Hawk, "Buteo swainsoni"
* White-tailed Hawk, "Buteo albicaudatus"
* Red-backed Hawk, "Buteo polyosoma"
* Zone-tailed Hawk, "Buteo albonotatus"
* Crested Eagle, "Morphnus guianensis" Near-threatened
* Harpy Eagle, "Harpia harpyja" Near-threatened
* Black-and-white Hawk-Eagle, "Spizastur melanoleucus"
* Black Hawk-Eagle, "Spizaetus tyrannus"
* Ornate Hawk-Eagle, "Spizaetus ornatus"

Falconidae

* Black Caracara, "Daptrius ater"
* Red-throated Caracara, "Ibycter americanus"
* Crested Caracara, "Caracara cheriway"
* Southern Caracara, "Caracara plancus"
* Yellow-headed Caracara, "Milvago chimachima"
* Chimango Caracara, "Milvago chimango"
* Laughing Falcon, "Herpetotheres cachinnans"
* Barred Forest-Falcon, "Micrastur ruficollis"
* Lined Forest-Falcon, "Micrastur gilvicollis"
* Slaty-backed Forest-Falcon, "Micrastur mirandollei"
* Collared Forest-Falcon, "Micrastur semitorquatus"
* Buckley's Forest-Falcon, "Micrastur buckleyi"
* Eurasian Kestrel, "Falco tinnunculus" Rare/Accidental
* American Kestrel, "Falco sparverius"
* Aplomado Falcon, "Falco femoralis"
* Merlin, "Falco columbarius"
* Bat Falcon, "Falco rufigularis"
* Orange-breasted Falcon, "Falco deiroleucus"
* Peregrine Falcon, "Falco peregrinus"

Gruiformes

Aramidae - Limpkins

* Limpkin, "Aramus guarauna"


=Psophiidae - Trumpeters=

* Grey-winged Trumpeter, "Psophia crepitans"
* Dark-winged Trumpeter, "Psophia viridis" Endemic
* Pale-winged Trumpeter, "Psophia leucoptera"


=Rallidae - Rails, Gallinules and Coots=

* Speckled Rail, "Coturnicops notatus"
* Ocellated Crake, "Micropygia schomburgkii"
* Chestnut-headed Crake, "Anurolimnas castaneiceps" Rare/Accidental
* Russet-crowned Crake, "Anurolimnas viridis"
* Black-banded Crake, "Anurolimnas fasciatus"
* Rufous-sided Crake, "Laterallus melanophaius"
* Gray-breasted Crake, "Laterallus exilis"
* Black Rail, "Laterallus jamaicensis" Rare/Accidental
* Red-and-white Crake, "Laterallus leucopyrrhus"
* Rufous-faced Crake, "Laterallus xenopterus" Vulnerable
* Clapper Rail, "Rallus longirostris"
* Little Wood-Rail, "Aramides mangle" Endemic
* Grey-necked Wood-Rail, "Aramides cajanea"
* Giant Wood-Rail, "Aramides ypecaha"
* Slaty-breasted Wood-Rail, "Aramides saracura"
* Red-winged Wood-Rail, "Aramides calopterus"
* Uniform Crake, "Amaurolimnas concolor"
* Dot-winged Crake, "Porzana spiloptera" Rare/Accidental Vulnerable
* Ash-throated Crake, "Porzana albicollis"
* Yellow-breasted Crake, "Porzana flaviventer"
* Paint-billed Crake, "Neocrex erythrops"
* Spotted Rail, "Pardirallus maculatus"
* Blackish Rail, "Pardirallus nigricans"
* Plumbeous Rail, "Pardirallus sanguinolentus"
* American Purple Gallinule, "Porphyrio martinica"
* Azure Gallinule, "Porphyrio flavirostris"
* Common Moorhen, "Gallinula chloropus"
* Lesser Moorhen, "Gallinula angulata" Rare/Accidental
* Spot-flanked Gallinule, "Gallinula melanops"
* White-winged Coot, "Fulica leucoptera"
* Red-gartered Coot, "Fulica armillata"
* Red-fronted Coot, "Fulica rufifrons"

Heliornithidae - Sungrebes

* Sungrebe, "Heliornis fulica"

Eurypygidae - Sunbitterns

* Sunbittern, "Eurypyga helias"

Cariamidae - Seriemas

* Red-legged Seriema, "Cariama cristata"

Charadriiformes

Jacanidae - Jacanas

* Wattled Jacana, "Jacana jacana"


=Rostratulidae - Painted Snipes=

* American Painted-snipe, "Rostratula semicollaris"

Haematopodidae - Oystercatchers

* American Oystercatcher, "Haematopus palliatus"

Recurvirostridae - Stilts

* Black-necked Stilt, "Himantopus mexicanus"
* White-backed Stilt, "Himantopus melanurus"

Burhinidae - Thick-knees

* Double-striped Thick-knee, "Burhinus bistriatus"

Glareolidae - Coursers

* Collared Pratincole, "Glareola pratincola" Rare/Accidental do-mar

Charadriidae - Lapwings and Plovers

* Pied Lapwing, "Vanellus cayanus"
* Southern Lapwing, "Vanellus chilensis"
* American Golden-Plover, "Pluvialis dominica"
* Black-bellied Plover, "Pluvialis squatarola"
* Semipalmated Plover, "Charadrius semipalmatus"
* Wilson's Plover, "Charadrius wilsonia"
* Piping Plover, "Charadrius melodus" Vulnerable
* Collared Plover, "Charadrius collaris"
* Two-banded Plover, "Charadrius falklandicus"
* Rufous-chested Dotterel, "Charadrius modestus"
* Tawny-throated Dotterel, "Oreopholus ruficollis"

Scolopacidae - Sandpipers, Snipes, Curlews, Stints and Phalaropes

* South American Snipe, "Gallinago paraguaiae"
* Giant Snipe, "Gallinago undulata"
* Short-billed Dowitcher, "Limnodromus griseus"
* Hudsonian Godwit, "Limosa haemastica"
* Bar-tailed Godwit, "Limosa lapponica" Rare/Accidental
* Eskimo Curlew, "Numenius borealis" Rare/Accidental Critically endangered (possibly extinct)
* Whimbrel, "Numenius phaeopus"
* Upland Sandpiper, "Bartramia longicauda"
* Common Redshank, "Tringa totanus" Rare/Accidental
* Greater Yellowlegs, "Tringa melanoleuca"
* Lesser Yellowlegs, "Tringa flavipes"
* Solitary Sandpiper, "Tringa solitaria"
* Spotted Sandpiper, "Actitis macularia"
* Willet, "Catoptrophorus semipalmatus"
* Ruddy Turnstone, "Arenaria interpres"
* Red Knot, "Calidris canutus"
* Sanderling, "Calidris alba"
* Semipalmated Sandpiper, "Calidris pusilla"
* Western Sandpiper, "Calidris mauri"
* Least Sandpiper, "Calidris minutilla"
* White-rumped Sandpiper, "Calidris fuscicollis"
* Baird's Sandpiper, "Calidris bairdii"
* Pectoral Sandpiper, "Calidris melanotos"
* Stilt Sandpiper, "Calidris himantopus"
* Buff-breasted Sandpiper, "Tryngites subruficollis" Near-threatened
* Ruff, "Philomachus pugna" xRare/Accidental
* Wilson's Phalarope, "Phalaropus tricolor"
* Red Phalarope, "Phalaropus fulicarius" Rare/Accidental

Thinocoridae - Seedsnipes

* Least Seedsnipe, "Thinocorus rumicivorus" Rare/Accidental

Chionididae - Sheathbills

* Snowy Sheathbill, "Chionis alba" Rare/Accidental

Stercorariidae - Skuas

* Chilean Skua, "Stercorarius chilensis"
* South Polar Skua, "Stercorarius maccormicki"
* Brown Skua, "Stercorarius antarctica"
* Great Skua, "Stercorarius skua" Rare/Accidental
* Pomarine Jaeger, "Stercorarius pomarinus"
* Parasitic Jaeger, "Stercorarius parasiticus"
* Long-tailed Jaeger, "Stercorarius longicaudus" Rare/Accidental

Laridae - Gulls

* Belcher's Gull, "Larus belcheri"
* Ring-billed Gull, "Larus delawarensis" Rare/Accidental
* Kelp Gull, "Larus dominicanus"
* Gray-headed Gull, "Larus cirrocephalus"
* Brown-hooded Gull, "Larus maculipennis"
* Laughing Gull, "Larus atricilla"
* Franklin's Gull, "Larus pipixcan" Rare/Accidental

Sternidae - Terns

* Gull-billed Tern, "Sterna nilotica"
* Sandwich Tern, "Sterna sandvicensis"
* Royal Tern, "Sterna maxima"
* Roseate Tern, "Sterna dougallii" Rare/Accidental
* South American Tern, "Sterna hirundinacea"
* Common Tern, "Sterna hirundo"
* Arctic Tern, "Sterna paradisaea"
* Antarctic Tern, "Sterna vittata"
* Snowy-crowned Tern, "Sterna trudeaui"
* Least Tern, "Sterna antillarum"
* Yellow-billed Tern, "Sterna superciliaris"
* Sooty Tern, "Sterna fuscata"
* Black Tern, "Chlidonias niger" Rare/Accidental
* Large-billed Tern, "Phaetusa simplex"
* Black Noddy, "Anous minutus"
* Brown Noddy, "Anous stolidus"
* White Tern, "Gygis alba"

Rynchopidae - Skimmers

* Black Skimmer, "Rynchops niger"

Columbiformes

Columbidae - Doves and Pigeons

* Rock Pigeon, Columba livia] , Introduced species
* Scaled Pigeon, "Patagioenas speciosa"
* Picazuro Pigeon, "Patagioenas picazuro"
* Spot-winged Pigeon, "Patagioenas maculosa"
* Band-tailed Pigeon, "Patagioenas fasciata"
* Pale-vented Pigeon, "Patagioenas cayennensis"
* Plumbeous Pigeon, "Patagioenas plumbea"
* Ruddy Pigeon, "Patagioenas subvinacea"
* Eared Dove, "Zenaida auriculata"
* Common Ground-Dove, "Columbina passerina"
* Plain-breasted Ground-Dove, "Columbina minuta"
* Ruddy Ground-Dove, "Columbina talpacoti"
* Picui Ground-Dove, "Columbina picui"
* Blue-eyed Ground-Dove, "Columbina cyanopis" Endemic Critically endangered
* Scaled Dove, "Columbina squammata"
* Blue Ground-Dove, "Claravis pretiosa"
* Purple-winged Ground-Dove, Claravis godefrida] , Endangered
* Long-tailed Ground-Dove, "Uropelia campestris"
* White-tipped Dove, "Leptotila verreauxi"
* Grey-fronted Dove, "Leptotila rufaxilla"
* Sapphire Quail-Dove, "Geotrygon saphirina" Rare/Accidental
* Violaceous Quail-Dove, "Geotrygon violacea"
* Ruddy Quail-Dove, "Geotrygon montana"

Psittaciformes

Psittacidae - Parrots, Parakeets and Macaws

* Hyacinth Macaw, Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus] , Endangered
* Lear's Macaw, "Anodorhynchus leari" Endemic Critically endangered
* Spix's Macaw, "Cyanopsitta spixii" Endemic Critically endangered
* Blue-and-yellow Macaw, "Ara ararauna"
* Scarlet Macaw, "Ara macao"
* Red-and-green Macaw, "Ara chloroptera"
* Chestnut-fronted Macaw, "Ara severa"
* Red-bellied Macaw, "Orthopsittaca manilata"
* Blue-headed Macaw, "Primolius couloni"
* Blue-winged Macaw, "Primolius maracana" Vulnerable
* Golden-collared Macaw, "Primolius auricollis"
* Red-shouldered Macaw, "Diopsittaca nobilis"
* Golden Parakeet, "Guarouba guarouba" Endemic Endangered
* Blue-crowned Parakeet, "Aratinga acuticaudata"
* White-eyed Parakeet, "Aratinga leucophthalmus"
* Sulphur-breasted Parakeet, "Aratinga pintoi" Endemic
* Sun Parakeet, "Aratinga solstitialis"
* Jandaya Parakeet, "Aratinga jandaya" Endemic
* Golden-capped Parakeet, "Aratinga auricapilla" Endemic Vulnerable
* Dusky-headed Parakeet, "Aratinga weddellii"
* Brown-throated Parakeet, "Aratinga pertinax"
* Peach-fronted Parakeet, "Aratinga aurea"
* Caatinga Parakeet, "Aratinga cactorum" Endemic
* Nanday Parakeet, "Nandayus nenday"
* Blue-throated Parakeet, "Pyrrhura cruentata" Endemic Vulnerable
* Blaze-winged Parakeet, "Pyrrhura devillei"
* Maroon-bellied Parakeet, "Pyrrhura frontalis"
* Crimson-bellied Parakeet, "Pyrrhura perlata"
* Pearly Parakeet, "Pyrrhura lepida" Endemic Near-threatened
* Green-cheeked Parakeet, "Pyrrhura molinae"
* Painted Parakeet, "Pyrrhura picta"
* Red-crowned Parakeet, "Pyrrhura roseifrons"
* Deville's Parakeet, "Pyrrhura lucianii" Endemic
* Hellmayr's Parakeet, "Pyrrhura amazonum" Endemic
* Madeira Parakeet, "Pyrrhura snethlage"
* Fiery-shouldered Parakeet, "Pyrrhura egregia"
* White-eared Parakeet, "Pyrrhura leucotis"
* Maroon-tailed Parakeet, "Pyrrhura melanura"
* Black-capped Parakeet, "Pyrrhura rupicola"
* Monk Parakeet, "Myiopsitta monachus"
* Green-rumped Parrotlet, "Forpus passerinus"
* Blue-winged Parrotlet, "Forpus xanthopterygius"
* Dusky-billed Parrotlet, "Forpus sclateri"
* Plain Parakeet, "Brotogeris tirica" Endemic
* White-winged Parakeet, "Brotogeris versicolurus"
* Yellow-chevroned Parakeet, "Brotogeris chiriri"
* Cobalt-winged Parakeet, "Brotogeris cyanoptera"
* Tui Parakeet, "Brotogeris sanctithomae"
* Golden-winged Parakeet, "Brotogeris chrysopterus"
* Tepui Parrotlet, "Nannopsittaca panychlora"
* Amazonian Parrotlet, "Nannopsittaca dachilleae" Rare/Accidental Near-threatened
* Lilac-tailed Parrotlet, "Touit batavica"
* Scarlet-shouldered Parrotlet, "Touit huetii"
* Sapphire-rumped Parrotlet, "Touit purpurata"
* Brown-backed Parrotlet, "Touit melanonota" Endemic Endangered
* Golden-tailed Parrotlet, "Touit surda" Endemic Endangered
* Black-headed Parrot, "Pionites melanocephala"
* White-bellied Parrot, "Pionites leucogaster"
* Vulturine Parrot, "Pionopsitta vulturina" Endemic
* Orange-cheeked Parrot, "Pionopsitta barrabandi"
* Caica Parrot, "Pionopsitta caica"
* Pileated Parrot, "Pionopsitta pileata"
* Short-tailed Parrot, "Graydidascalus brachyurus"
* Blue-headed Parrot, "Pionus menstruus"
* Scaly-headed Parrot, "Pionus maximiliani"
* Dusky Parrot, "Pionus fuscus"
* Red-spectacled Amazon, "Amazona pretrei" Vulnerable
* Red-lored Amazon, "Amazona autumnalis"
* Blue-cheeked Amazon, "Amazona dufresniana" Rare/Accidental Near-threatened
* Red-browed Amazon, "Amazona rhodocorytha" Endemic Endangered
* Red-tailed Amazon, "Amazona brasiliensis" Endemic Endangered
* Festive Amazon, "Amazona festiva"
* Blue-fronted Amazon, "Amazona aestiva"
* Yellow-crowned Amazon, "Amazona ochrocephala"
* Kawall's Amazon, "Amazona kawalli" Endemic
* Orange-winged Amazon, "Amazona amazonica"
* Mealy Amazon, "Amazona farinosa"
* Vinaceous Amazon, "Amazona vinacea] ", Endangered
* Yellow-faced Parrot, "Alipiopsitta xanthops" Vulnerable
* Red-fan Parrot, "Deroptyus accipitrinus"
* Blue-bellied Parrot, "Triclaria malachitacea" Endemic Vulnerable
* Bald Parrot, "Pionopsitta aurantiocephala" Endemic


=Opisthocomiformes=

Opisthocomidae - Hoatzins

*Hoatzin, "Opisthocomus hoazin"

Cuculiformes


=Cuculidae - Cuckoos, Anis and Ground-cuckoos=

* Dwarf Cuckoo, "Coccyzus pumilus" Rare/Accidental
* Ash-colored Cuckoo, "Coccyzus cinereus"
* Black-billed Cuckoo, "Coccyzus erythropthalmus" Rare/Accidental
* Yellow-billed Cuckoo, "Coccyzus americanus"
* Pearly-breasted Cuckoo, "Coccyzus euleri"
* Mangrove Cuckoo, "Coccyzus minor"
* Dark-billed Cuckoo, "Coccyzus melacoryphus"
* Squirrel Cuckoo, "Piaya cayana"
* Black-bellied Cuckoo, "Piaya melanogaster"
* Little Cuckoo, "Piaya minuta"
* Greater Ani, "Crotophaga major"
* Smooth-billed Ani, "Crotophaga ani"
* Guira Cuckoo, "Guira guira"
* Striped Cuckoo, "Tapera naevia"
* Pheasant Cuckoo, "Dromococcyx phasianellus"
* Pavonine Cuckoo, "Dromococcyx pavoninus"
* Scaled Ground-Cuckoo, "Neomorphus squamiger" Endemic Near-threatened
* Rufous-vented Ground-Cuckoo, "Neomorphus geoffroyi"
* Rufous-winged Ground-Cuckoo, "Neomorphus rufipennis"
* Red-billed Ground-Cuckoo, "Neomorphus pucheranii"

Strigiformes


=Tytonidae - Barn Owls=

*Barn Owl, "Tyto alba"

Strigidae - Owls

* Tropical Screech-Owl, "Megascops choliba"
* Tawny-bellied Screech-Owl, "Megascops watsonii"
* Guatemalan Screech-Owl, "Megascops guatemalae" Rare/Accidental
* Variable Screech-Owl, "Megascops atricapillus" Endemic
* Long-tufted Screech-Owl, "Megascops sanctaecatarinae"
* Great Horned Owl, "Bubo virginianus"
* Rusty-barred Owl, "Strix hylophila"
* Mottled Owl, "Ciccaba virgata"
* Black-banded Owl, "Ciccaba huhula"
* Crested Owl, "Lophostrix cristata"
* Spectacled Owl, "Pulsatrix perspicillata"
* Tawny-browed Owl, "Pulsatrix koeniswaldiana"
* Amazonian Pygmy-Owl, "Glaucidium hardyi"
* Least Pygmy-Owl, "Glaucidium minutissimum"
* Pernambuco Pygmy-Owl, "Glaucidium mooreorum" Endemic
* Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl, "Glaucidium brasilianum"
* Burrowing Owl, "Athene cunicularia"
* Buff-fronted Owl, "Aegolius harrisii"
* Striped Owl, "Pseudoscops clamator"
* Stygian Owl, "Asio stygius"
* Short-eared Owl, "Asio flammeus"

Caprimulgiformes

Steatornithidae - Oilbirds

* Oilbird, "Steatornis caripensis"

Nyctibiidae - Potoos

* Great Potoo, "Nyctibius grandis"
* Long-tailed Potoo, "Nyctibius aethereus"
* Common Potoo, "Nyctibius griseus"
* White-winged Potoo, "Nyctibius leucopterus"
* Rufous Potoo, "Nyctibius bracteatus"

Caprimulgidae - Nightjar and Nighthawks

* Short-tailed Nighthawk, "Lurocalis semitorquatus"
* Least Nighthawk, "Chordeiles pusillus"
* Bahia Nighthawk, "Nyctiprogne vielliardi" Endemic Near-threatened
* Sand-colored Nighthawk, "Chordeiles rupestris"
* Lesser Nighthawk, "Chordeiles acutipennis"
* Common Nighthawk, "Chordeiles minor"
* Nacunda Nighthawk, "Podager nacunda"
* Band-tailed Nighthawk, "Nyctiprogne leucopyga"
* Pauraque, "Nyctidromus albicollis"
* Ocellated Poorwill, "Nyctiphrynus ocellatus"
* Rufous Nightjar, "Caprimulgus rufus"
* Silky-tailed Nightjar, "Caprimulgus sericocaudatus"
* Band-winged Nightjar, "Caprimulgus longirostris"
* White-winged Nightjar, Caprimulgus candicans] , Endangered
* Pygmy Nightjar, "Caprimulgus hirundinaceus" Endemic
* Little Nightjar, "Caprimulgus parvulus"
* Spot-tailed Nightjar, "Caprimulgus maculicaudus"
* White-tailed Nightjar, "Caprimulgus cayennensis"
* Blackish Nightjar, "Caprimulgus nigrescens"
* Roraiman Nightjar, "Caprimulgus whitelyi" Rare/Accidental
* Ladder-tailed Nightjar, "Hydropsalis climacocerca"
* Scissor-tailed Nightjar, "Hydropsalis torquata"
* Long-trained Nightjar, "Macropsalis forcipata"
* Sickle-winged Nightjar, "Eleothreptus anomalus" Near-threatened

Apodiformes

Apodidae - Swifts

* Tepui Swift, "Cypseloides phelpsi"
* White-chested Swift, "Cypseloides lemosi" Rare/Accidental
* Sooty Swift, "Cypseloides fumigatus"
* White-chinned Swift, "Cypseloides cryptus" Rare/Accidental
* Great Dusky Swift, "Cypseloides senex"
* White-collared Swift, "Streptoprocne zonaris"
* Biscutate Swift, "Streptoprocne biscutata"
* Band-rumped Swift, "Chaetura spinicaudus"
* Gray-rumped Swift, "Chaetura cinereiventris"
* Pale-rumped Swift, "Chaetura egregia"
* Chimney Swift, "Chaetura pelagica" Rare/Accidental
* Chapman's Swift, "Chaetura chapmani"
* Short-tailed Swift, "Chaetura brachyura"
* Ashy-tailed Swift, "Chaetura andrei"
* White-tipped Swift, "Aeronautes montivagus"
* Fork-tailed Palm-Swift, "Tachornis squamata"
* Lesser Swallow-tailed Swift, "Panyptila cayennensis"


=Trochilidae - Hummingbirds and Hermits=

* Saw-billed Hermit, "Ramphodon naevius" Endemic Near-threatened
* Hook-billed Hermit, "Glaucis dohrnii" Endemic Endangered
* Rufous-breasted Hermit, "Glaucis hirsuta"
* Pale-tailed Barbthroat, "Threnetes niger"
* Broad-tipped Hermit, "Anopetia gounellei" Endemic
* White-bearded Hermit, "Phaethornis hispidus"
* Eastern Long-tailed Hermit, "Phaethornis superciliosus"
* Great-billed Hermit, "Phaethornis malaris"
* Needle-billed Hermit, "Phaethornis philippii"
* Straight-billed Hermit, "Phaethornis bourcieri"
* Scale-throated Hermit, "Phaethornis eurynome"
* Planalto Hermit, "Phaethornis pretrei"
* Buff-bellied Hermit, "Phaethornis subochraceus"
* Dusky-throated Hermit, "Phaethornis squalidus" Endemic
* Streak-throated Hermit, "Phaethornis rupurumii"
* Little Hermit, "Phaethornis longuemareus"
* Minute Hermit, "Phaethornis idaliae" Endemic
* Cinnamon-throated Hermit, "Phaethornis nattereri"
* Reddish Hermit, "Phaethornis ruber"
* Black-throated Hermit, "Phaethornis atrimentalis"
* Grey-chinned Hermit, "Phaethornis griseogularis"
* Blue-fronted Lancebill, "Doryfera johannae"
* Grey-breasted Sabrewing, "Campylopterus largipennis"
* Rufous-breasted Sabrewing, "Campylopterus hyperythrus"
* Buff-breasted Sabrewing, "Campylopterus duidae"
* Sombre Hummingbird, "Campylopterus cirrochloris" Endemic
* Swallow-tailed Hummingbird, "Eupetomena macrourus"
* White-necked Jacobin, "Florisuga mellivora"
* Black Jacobin, "Florisuga fuscus"
* Brown Violet-ear, "Colibri delphinae"
* Sparkling Violet-ear, "Colibri coruscans"
* White-vented Violet-ear, "Colibri serrirostris"
* Green-throated Mango, "Anthracothorax viridigula"
* Black-throated Mango, "Anthracothorax nigricollis"
* Fiery-tailed Awlbill, "Avocettula recurvirostris"
* Crimson Topaz, "Topaza pella"
* Fiery Topaz, "Topaza pyra"
* Ruby-topaz Hummingbird, "Chrysolampis mosquitus"
* Plovercrest, "Stephanoxis lalandi"
* Tufted Coquette, "Lophornis ornatus"
* Dot-eared Coquette, "Lophornis gouldii" Endemic
* Frilled Coquette, "Lophornis magnificus" Endemic
* Festive Coquette, "Lophornis chalybeus"
* Peacock Coquette, "Lophornis pavoninus"
* Black-bellied Thorntail, "Popelairia langsdorffi"
* Racket-tailed Coquette, "Discosura longicauda"
* Blue-chinned Sapphire, "Chlorostilbon notatus"
* Blue-tailed Emerald, "Chlorostilbon mellisugus"
* Glittering-bellied Emerald, "Chlorostilbon aureoventris"
* Fork-tailed Woodnymph, "Thalurania furcata"
* Long-tailed Woodnymph, "Thalurania watertonii" Endemic
* Violet-capped Woodnymph, "Thalurania glaucopis"
* Rufous-throated Sapphire, "Hylocharis sapphirina"
* White-chinned Sapphire, "Hylocharis cyanus"
* Gilded Sapphire, "Hylocharis chrysura"
* Golden-tailed Sapphire, "Chrysuronia oenone"
* White-throated Hummingbird, "Leucochloris albicollis"
* White-tailed Goldenthroat, "Polytmus guainumbi"
* Green-tailed Goldenthroat, "Polytmus theresiae"
* Olive-spotted Hummingbird, "Leucippus chlorocercus"
* White-bellied Hummingbird, "Leucippus chionogaster"
* Plain-bellied Emerald, "Agyrtria leucogaster"
* Versicolored Emerald, "Agyrtria versicolor"
* Rondonia Emerald, "Agyrtria rondoniae" Endemic
* White-chested Emerald, "Agyrtria brevirostris"
* Sapphire-spangled Emerald, "Polyerata lactea"
* Glittering-throated Emerald, "Polyerata fimbriata"
* Green-bellied Hummingbird, "Saucerottia viridigaster"
* Copper-rumped Hummingbird, "Saucerottia tobaci"
* Brazilian Ruby, "Clytolaema rubricauda" Endemic
* Gould's Jewelfront, "Heliodoxa aurescens"
* Velvet-browed Brilliant, "Heliodoxa xanthogonys"
* Black-throated Brilliant, "Heliodoxa schreibersii"
* Hyacinth Visorbearer, "Augastes scutatus" Endemic Near-threatened
* Hooded Visorbearer, "Augastes lumachella" Endemic Near-threatened
* Black-eared Fairy, "Heliothryx aurita"
* Horned Sungem, "Heliactin bilopha"
* Long-billed Starthroat, "Heliomaster longirostris"
* Stripe-breasted Starthroat, "Heliomaster squamosus" Endemic
* Blue-tufted Starthroat, "Heliomaster furcifer"
* Amethyst Woodstar, "Calliphlox amethystina"

Trogoniformes

Trogonidae - Trogons

* White-tailed Trogon, "Trogon viridis"
* Violaceous Trogon, "Trogon violaceus"
* Collared Trogon, "Trogon collaris"
* Masked Trogon, "Trogon personatus"
* Black-throated Trogon, "Trogon rufus"
* Surucua Trogon, "Trogon surrucura"
* Blue-crowned Trogon, "Trogon curucui"
* Black-tailed Trogon, "Trogon melanurus"
* Pavonine Quetzal, "Pharomachrus pavoninus"

Coraciiformes

Alcedinidae - Kingfishers

* Ringed Kingfisher, "Megaceryle torquata"
* Amazon Kingfisher, "Chloroceryle amazona"
* Green Kingfisher, "Chloroceryle americana"
* Green-and-rufous Kingfisher, "Chloroceryle inda"
* American Pygmy Kingfisher, "Chloroceryle aenea"

Momotidae - Motmots

* Blue-crowned Motmot, "Momotus momota"
* Rufous Motmot, "Baryphthengus martii"
* Rufous-capped Motmot, "Baryphthengus ruficapillus"
* Broad-billed Motmot, "Electron platyrhynchum"

Galbuliformes

Galbulidae - Jacamars

* White-eared Jacamar, "Galbalcyrhynchus leucotis"
* Chestnut Jacamar, "Galbalcyrhynchus purusianus"
* Brown Jacamar, "Brachygalba lugubris"
* White-throated Jacamar, "Brachygalba albogularis"
* Three-toed Jacamar, "Jacamaralcyon tridactyla" Endemic Endangered
* Yellow-billed Jacamar, "Galbula albirostris"
* Blue-cheeked Jacamar, "Galbula cyanicollis" Endemic
* Rufous-tailed Jacamar, "Galbula ruficauda"
* Green-tailed Jacamar, "Galbula galbula"
* Bluish-fronted Jacamar, "Galbula cyanescens"
* White-chinned Jacamar, "Galbula tombacea"
* Purplish Jacamar, "Galbula chalcothorax"
* Bronzy Jacamar, "Galbula leucogastra"
* Paradise Jacamar, "Galbula dea"
* Great Jacamar, "Jacamerops aureus"

Bucconidae - Puffbirds

* White-necked Puffbird, "Notharchus macrorhynchos"
* Buff-bellied Puffbird, "Notharchus swainsoni"
* Brown-banded Puffbird, "Notharchus ordii"
* Pied Puffbird, "Notharchus tectus"
* Chestnut-capped Puffbird, "Bucco macrodactylus"
* Spotted Puffbird, "Bucco tamatia"
* Collared Puffbird, "Bucco capensis"
* White-eared Puffbird, "Nystalus chacuru"
* Striolated Puffbird, "Nystalus striolatus"
* Spot-backed Puffbird, "Nystalus maculatus"
* White-chested Puffbird, "Malacoptila fusca"
* Semicollared Puffbird, "Malacoptila semicincta"
* Crescent-chested Puffbird, "Malacoptila striata" Endemic
* Rufous-necked Puffbird, "Malacoptila rufa"
* Lanceolated Monklet, "Micromonacha lanceolata"
* Fulvous-chinned Nunlet, "Nonnula sclateri"
* Rusty-breasted Nunlet, "Nonnula rubecula"
* Rufous-capped Nunlet, "Nonnula ruficapilla"
* Chestnut-headed Nunlet, "Nonnula amaurocephala" Endemic
* Black Nunbird, "Monasa atra"
* Black-fronted Nunbird, "Monasa nigrifrons"
* White-fronted Nunbird, "Monasa morphoeus"
* Yellow-billed Nunbird, "Monasa flavirostris"
* Swallow-wing, "Chelidoptera tenebrosa"

Piciformes

Capitonidae - Barbets

* Scarlet-crowned Barbet, "Capito aurovirens"
* Black-girdled Barbet, "Capito dayi"
* Black-spotted Barbet, "Capito niger"
* Gilded Barbet, "Capito auratus"
* Brown-chested Barbet, "Capito brunneipectus" Endemic
* Lemon-throated Barbet, "Eubucco richardsoni"
* Scarlet-hooded Barbet, "Eubucco tucinkae"

Ramphastidae - Toucans

* Chestnut-tipped Toucanet, "Aulacorhynchus derbianus"
* Lettered Aracari, "Pteroglossus inscriptus"
* Green Aracari, "Pteroglossus viridis"
* Red-necked Aracari, "Pteroglossus bitorquatus"
* Ivory-billed Aracari, "Pteroglossus azara"
* Chestnut-eared Aracari, "Pteroglossus castanotis"
* Black-necked Aracari, "Pteroglossus aracari"
* Many-banded Aracari, "Pteroglossus pluricinctus"
* Curl-crested Aracari, "Pteroglossus beauharnaesii"
* Saffron Toucanet, "Baillonius bailloni" Endemic Near-threatened
* Golden-collared Toucanet, "Selenidera reinwardtii"
* Tawny-tufted Toucanet, "Selenidera nattereri"
* Guianan Toucanet, "Selenidera culik"
* Spot-billed Toucanet, "Selenidera maculirostris"
* Gould's Toucanet, "Selenidera gouldii"
* Channel-billed Toucan, "Ramphastos vitellinus"
* Red-breasted Toucan, "Ramphastos dicolorus"
* Red-billed Toucan, "Ramphastos tucanus"
* Toco Toucan, "Ramphastos toco"
* Emerald Toucanet, "Aulacorhynchus prasinus"

Picidae - Woodpeckers

* Orinoco Piculet, "Picumnus pumilus"
* Bar-breasted Piculet, "Picumnus aurifrons"
* Lafresnaye's Piculet, "Picumnus lafresnayi"
* Golden-spangled Piculet, "Picumnus exilis"
* White-bellied Piculet, "Picumnus spilogaster"
* Spotted Piculet, "Picumnus pygmaeus" Endemic
* White-barred Piculet, "Picumnus cirratus"
* Varzea Piculet, "Picumnus varzeae" Endemic
* Ochre-collared Piculet, "Picumnus temminckii"
* White-wedged Piculet, "Picumnus albosquamatus"
* Rusty-necked Piculet, "Picumnus fuscus" Near-threatened
* Rufous-breasted Piculet, "Picumnus rufiventris"
* Tawny Piculet, "Picumnus fulvescens" Endemic Vulnerable
* Ochraceous Piculet, "Picumnus limae" Endemic Vulnerable
* Mottled Piculet, "Picumnus nebulosus" Endemic Near-threatened
* Plain-breasted Piculet, "Picumnus castelnau" Rare/Accidental
* White Woodpecker, "Melanerpes candidus"
* Yellow-tufted Woodpecker, "Melanerpes cruentatus"
* Yellow-fronted Woodpecker, "Melanerpes flavifrons"
* White-fronted Woodpecker, "Melanerpes cactorum"
* Checkered Woodpecker, "Picoides mixtus"
* Little Woodpecker, "Veniliornis passerinus"
* White-spotted Woodpecker, "Veniliornis spilogaster"
* Red-rumped Woodpecker, "Veniliornis kirkii"
* Golden-collared Woodpecker, "Veniliornis cassini"
* Red-stained Woodpecker, "Veniliornis affinis"
* Yellow-eared Woodpecker, "Veniliornis maculifrons" Endemic
* White-throated Woodpecker, "Piculus leucolaemus"
* Yellow-throated Woodpecker, "Piculus flavigula"
* Golden-green Woodpecker, "Piculus chrysochloros"
* Yellow-browed Woodpecker, "Piculus aurulentus" Near-threatened
* Golden-olive Woodpecker, "Piculus rubiginosus"
* Spot-breasted Woodpecker, "Colaptes punctigula"
* Green-barred Woodpecker, "Colaptes melanochloros"
* Campo Flicker, "Colaptes campestris"
* Scaly-breasted Woodpecker, "Celeus grammicus"
* Waved Woodpecker, "Celeus undatus"
* Chestnut Woodpecker, "Celeus elegans"
* Pale-crested Woodpecker, "Celeus lugubris"
* Blond-crested Woodpecker, "Celeus flavescens"
* Cream-colored Woodpecker, "Celeus flavus"
* Rufous-headed Woodpecker, "Celeus spectabilis"
* Ringed Woodpecker, "Celeus torquatus"
* Helmeted Woodpecker, "Dryocopus galeatus" Vulnerable
* Lineated Woodpecker, "Dryocopus lineatus"
* Red-necked Woodpecker, "Campephilus rubricollis"
* Robust Woodpecker, "Campephilus robustus"
* Crimson-crested Woodpecker, "Campephilus melanoleucos"
* Cream-backed Woodpecker, "Campephilus leucopogon"

Passeriformes


=Thamnophilidae - Typical Antbirds=

* Fasciated Antshrike, "Cymbilaimus lineatus"
* Bamboo Antshrike, "Cymbilaimus sanctaemariae"
* Spot-backed Antshrike, "Hypoedaleus guttatus"
* Giant Antshrike, "Batara cinerea"
* Tufted Antshrike, "Mackenziaena severa"
* Large-tailed Antshrike, "Mackenziaena leachii"
* Black-throated Antshrike, "Frederickena viridis"
* Undulated Antshrike, "Frederickena unduligera"
* Great Antshrike, "Taraba major"
* Black-crested Antshrike, "Sakesphorus canadensis"
* Silvery-cheeked Antshrike, "Sakesphorus cristatus" Endemic
* Band-tailed Antshrike, "Sakesphorus melanothorax"
* Glossy Antshrike, "Sakesphorus luctuosus" Endemic
* White-bearded Antshrike, "Biatas nigropectus" Endemic Vulnerable
* Barred Antshrike, "Thamnophilus doliatus"
* Chestnut-backed Antshrike, "Thamnophilus palliatus"
* Blackish-gray Antshrike, "Thamnophilus nigrocinereus"
* Castelnau's Antshrike, "Thamnophilus cryptoleucus"
* White-shouldered Antshrike, "Thamnophilus aethiops"
* Plain-winged Antshrike, "Thamnophilus schistaceus"
* Mouse-colored Antshrike, "Thamnophilus murinus"
* Northern Slaty-Antshrike, "Thamnophilus punctatus"
* Natterer's Slaty-Antshrike, "Thamnophilus stictocephalus" Endemic
* Bolivian Slaty-Antshrike, "Thamnophilus sticturus"
* Planalto Slaty-Antshrike, "Thamnophilus pelzelni" Endemic
* Sooretama Slaty-Antshrike, "Thamnophilus ambiguus" Endemic
* Streak-backed Antshrike, "Thamnophilus insignis"
* Amazonian Antshrike, "Thamnophilus amazonicus"
* Variable Antshrike, "Thamnophilus caerulescens"
* Acre Antshrike, "Thamnophilus divisorius" Endemic
* Rufous-winged Antshrike, "Thamnophilus torquatus"
* Rufous-capped Antshrike, "Thamnophilus ruficapillus"
* Spot-winged Antshrike, "Pygiptila stellaris"
* Pearly Antshrike, "Megastictus margaritatus"
* Black Bushbird, "Neoctantes niger"
* Rondonia Bushbird, "Clytoctantes atrogularis" Endemic Critically endangered
* Spot-breasted Antvireo, "Dysithamnus stictothora" xEndemic Near-threatened
* Plain Antvireo, "Dysithamnus mentalis"
* Rufous-backed Antvireo, "Dysithamnus xanthopterus" Endemic
* Plumbeous Antvireo, "Dysithamnus plumbeus" Endemic Vulnerable
* Saturnine Antshrike, "Thamnomanes saturninus"
* Dusky-throated Antshrike, "Thamnomanes ardesiacus"
* Cinereous Antshrike, "Thamnomanes caesius"
* Bluish-slate Antshrike, "Thamnomanes schistogynus"
* Pygmy Antwren, "Myrmotherula brachyura"
* Moustached Antwren, "Myrmotherula ignota"
* Sclater's Antwren, "Myrmotherula sclateri" Endemic
* Klages's Antwren, "Myrmotherula klagesi" Endemic Near-threatened
* Yellow-throated Antwren, "Myrmotherula ambigua"
* Cherrie's Antwren, "Myrmotherula cherriei"
* Amazonian Antwren, "Myrmotherula multostriata"
* Guianan Antwren, "Myrmotherula surinamensis"
* Plain-throated Antwren, "Myrmotherula hauxwelli"
* Rufous-bellied Antwren, "Myrmotherula guttata"
* Star-throated Antwren, "Myrmotherula gularis" Endemic
* Brown-bellied Antwren, "Myrmotherula gutturalis"
* White-eyed Antwren, "Myrmotherula leucophthalma"
* Stipple-throated Antwren, "Myrmotherula haematonota"
* Ornate Antwren, "Myrmotherula ornata"
* Rufous-tailed Antwren, "Myrmotherula erythrura"
* White-flanked Antwren, "Myrmotherula axillaris"
* Rio de Janeiro Antwren, "Myrmotherula fluminensis" Endemic Critically endangered
* Rio Suno Antwren, "Myrmotherula sunensis"
* Long-winged Antwren, "Myrmotherula longipennis"
* Salvadori's Antwren, "Myrmotherula minor" Endemic Vulnerable
* Ihering's Antwren, "Myrmotherula iheringi"
* Plain-winged Antwren, "Myrmotherula behni"
* Unicolored Antwren, "Myrmotherula unicolor" Endemic
* Alagoas Antwren, "Myrmotherula snowi" Endemic Critically endangered
* Band-tailed Antwren, "Myrmotherula urosticta" Endemic Endangered
* Gray Antwren, "Myrmotherula menetriesii"
* Leaden Antwren, "Myrmotherula assimilis"
* Banded Antwren, "Dichrozona cincta"
* Stripe-backed Antbird, "Myrmorchilus strigilatus"
* Black-capped Antwren, "Herpsilochmus atricapillus"
* Caatinga Antwren, "Herpsilochmus sellowi" Endemic Near-threatened
* Pileated Antwren, "Herpsilochmus pileatus" Endemic Vulnerable
* Spot-tailed Antwren, "Herpsilochmus sticturus"
* Todd's Antwren, "Herpsilochmus stictocephalus"
* Spot-backed Antwren, "Herpsilochmus dorsimaculatus"
* Roraiman Antwren, "Herpsilochmus roraimae"
* Pectoral Antwren, "Herpsilochmus pectoralis" Endemic Vulnerable
* Large-billed Antwren, "Herpsilochmus longirostris"
* Rufous-winged Antwren, "Herpsilochmus rufimarginatus"
* Dot-winged Antwren, "Microrhopias quixensis"
* Parana Antwren, "Formicivora acutirostris" Endemic Endangered
* Narrow-billed Antwren, "Neorhopias iheringi" Endemic Vulnerable
* White-fringed Antwren, "Formicivora grisea"
* Black-bellied Antwren, "Formicivora melanogaster"
* Serra Antwren, "Formicivora serrana" Endemic
* Restinga Antwren, "Formicivora littoralis" Endemic Endangered
* Black-hooded Antwren, "Formicivora erythronotos" Endemic Endangered
* Rusty-backed Antwren, "Formicivora rufa"
* Ferruginous Antbird, "Drymophila ferruginea" Endemic
* Bertoni's Antbird, "Drymophila rubricollis" Endemic
* Rufous-tailed Antbird, "Drymophila genei" Endemic Near-threatened
* Ochre-rumped Antbird, "Drymophila ochropyga" Endemic Near-threatened
* Striated Antbird, "Drymophila devillei"
* Dusky-tailed Antbird, "Drymophila malura"
* Scaled Antbird, "Drymophila squamata" Endemic
* Streak-capped Antwren, "Terenura maculata"
* Orange-bellied Antwren, "Terenura sicki" Endemic Endangered
* Chestnut-shouldered Antwren, "Terenura humeralis"
* Ash-winged Antwren, "Terenura spodioptila"
* Grey Antbird, "Cercomacra cinerascens"
* Rio de Janeiro Antbird, "Cercomacra brasiliana" Endemic Near-threatened
* Dusky Antbird, "Cercomacra tyrannina"
* Willis's Antbird, "Cercomacra laeta" Endemic
* Blackish Antbird, "Cercomacra nigrescens"
* Bananal Antbird, "Cercomacra ferdinandi" Endemic
* Black Antbird, "Cercomacra serva"
* Rio Branco Antbird, "Cercomacra carbonaria" Endemic Vulnerable
* Mato Grosso Antbird, "Cercomacra melanaria"
* Manu Antbird, "Cercomacra manu"
* White-backed Fire-eye, "Pyriglena leuconota"
* White-shouldered Fire-eye, "Pyriglena leucoptera"
* Fringe-backed Fire-eye, "Pyriglena atra" Endemic Critically endangered

* Slender Antbird, "Rhopornis ardesiaca" Endemic Endangered
* White-browed Antbird, "Myrmoborus leucophrys"
* Ash-breasted Antbird, "Myrmoborus lugubris"
* Black-faced Antbird, "Myrmoborus myotherinus"
* Black-tailed Antbird, "Myrmoborus melanurus" Rare/Accidental Near-threatened
* Warbling Antbird, "Hypocnemis cantator"
* Yellow-browed Antbird, "Hypocnemis hypoxantha"
* Black-chinned Antbird, "Hypocnemoides melanopogon"
* Band-tailed Antbird, "Hypocnemoides maculicauda"
* Black-and-white Antbird, "Myrmochanes hemileucus"
* Silvered Antbird, "Sclateria naevia"
* Black-headed Antbird, "Percnostola rufifrons"
* Slate-colored Antbird, "Percnostola schistacea"
* Spot-winged Antbird, "Percnostola leucostigma"
* Caura Antbird, "Percnostola caurensis"
* White-lined Antbird, "Percnostola lophotes" Rare/Accidental
* White-bellied Antbird, "Myrmeciza longipes"
* Ferruginous-backed Antbird, "Myrmeciza ferruginea"
* Scalloped Antbird, "Myrmeciza ruficauda" Endemic Endangered
* White-bibbed Antbird, "Myrmeciza loricata" Endemic
* Squamate Antbird, "Myrmeciza squamosa" Endemic
* Yapacana Antbird, "Myrmeciza disjuncta"
* Grey-bellied Antbird, "Myrmeciza pelzelni"
* Southern Chestnut-tailed Antbird, "Myrmeciza hemimelaena"
* Plumbeous Antbird, "Myrmeciza hyperythra"
* White-shouldered Antbird, "Myrmeciza melanoceps"
* Goeldi's Antbird, "Myrmeciza goeldii"
* Sooty Antbird, "Myrmeciza fortis"
* Black-throated Antbird, "Myrmeciza atrothorax"
* White-plumed Antbird, "Pithys albifrons"
* Rufous-throated Antbird, "Gymnopithys rufigula"
* Bicolored Antbird, "Gymnopithys leucaspis"
* White-throated Antbird, "Gymnopithys salvini"
* Wing-banded Antbird, "Myrmornis torquata"
* Hairy-crested Antbird, "Rhegmatorhina melanosticta"
* Chestnut-crested Antbird, "Rhegmatorhina cristata"
* White-breasted Antbird, "Rhegmatorhina hoffmannsi" Endemic
* Harlequin Antbird, "Rhegmatorhina berlepschi" Endemic
* Bare-eyed Antbird, "Rhegmatorhina gymnops" Endemic
* Spot-backed Antbird, "Hylophylax naevia"
* Dot-backed Antbird, "Hylophylax punctulata"
* Scale-backed Antbird, "Hylophylax poecilinota"
* Black-spotted Bare-eye, "Phlegopsis nigromaculata"
* Reddish-winged Bare-eye, "Phlegopsis erythroptera"
* Pale-faced Antbird, "Skutchia borbae" Endemic

Conopophagidae - Gnateaters

* Rufous Gnateater, "Conopophaga lineata"
* Chestnut-belted Gnateater, "Conopophaga aurita"
* Hooded Gnateater, "Conopophaga roberti" Endemic
* Ash-throated Gnateater, "Conopophaga peruviana"
* Black-cheeked Gnateater, "Conopophaga melanops" Endemic
* Black-bellied Gnateater, "Conopophaga melanogaster"

Formicariidae - Antthrushes and Antpittas

* Rufous-capped Antthrush, "Formicarius colma"
* Black-faced Antthrush, "Formicarius analis"
* Striated Antthrush, "Chamaeza nobilis"
* Short-tailed Antthrush, "Chamaeza campanisona"
* Brazilian Antthrush, "Chamaeza ruficauda" Endemic
* Such's Antthrush, "Chamaeza meruloides" Endemic
* Variegated Antpitta, "Grallaria varia"
* Spotted Antpitta, "Hylopezus macularius"
* Amazonian Antpitta, "Hylopezus berlepschi"
* White-browed Antpitta, "Hylopezus ochroleucus" Endemic Near-threatened
* Speckle-breasted Antpitta, "Hylopezus nattereri"
* Thrush-like Antpitta, "Myrmothera campanisona"
* Tepui Antpitta, "Myrmothera simplex"
* Slate-crowned Antpitta, "Grallaricula nana"

Rhinocryptidae - Tapaculos

* Rusty-belted Tapaculo, "Liosceles thoracicus"
* Collared Crescent-chest, "Melanopareia torquata"
* Spotted Bamboowren, "Psilorhamphus guttatus" Near-threatened
* Slaty Bristlefront, "Merulaxis ater" Endemic Near-threatened
* Stresemann's Bristlefront, "Merulaxis stresemanni" Endemic Critically endangered
* Mouse-colored Tapaculo, "Scytalopus speluncae"
* Brasilia Tapaculo, "Scytalopus novacapitalis" Endemic Near-threatened
* Bahia Tapaculo, "Scytalopus psychopompus" Endemic Critically endangered
* Wetland Tapaculo, "Scytalopus iraiensis" Endemic Endangered
* White-breasted Tapaculo, "Scytalopus indigoticus" Endemic Near-threatened

Furnariidae - Ovenbirds, Spinetails and Woodcreepers

* Campo Miner, "Geobates poecilopterus" Near-threatened
* Common Miner, "Geositta cunicularia"
* Bar-winged Cinclodes, "Cinclodes fuscus"
* Long-tailed Cinclodes, "Cinclodes pabsti" Endemic
* Pale-legged Hornero, "Furnarius leucopus"
* Bay Hornero, "Furnarius torridus"
* Tail-banded Hornero, "Furnarius figulus" Endemic
* Lesser Hornero, "Furnarius minor"
* Rufous Hornero, "Furnarius rufus"
* Striolated Tit-Spinetail, "Leptasthenura striolata" Endemic
* Tufted Tit-Spinetail, "Leptasthenura platensis"
* Araucaria Tit-Spinetail, "Leptasthenura setaria" Near-threatened
* Wren-like Rushbird, "Phleocryptes melanops"
* Curve-billed Reedhaunter, "Limnornis curvirostris"
* Straight-billed Reedhaunter, "Limnornis rectirostris" Near-threatened
* Bay-capped Wren-Spinetail, "Spartonoica maluroides" Near-threatened
* Chotoy Spinetail, "Schoeniophylax phryganophila"
* Hoary-throated Spinetail, "Synallaxis kollari" Endemic Endangered
* Ochre-cheeked Spinetail, "Synallaxis scutata"
* Bahia Spinetail, "Synallaxis whitneyi" Endemic Endangered
* Sooty-fronted Spinetail, "Synallaxis frontalis"
* Cinereous-breasted Spinetail, "Synallaxis hypospodia"
* Pale-breasted Spinetail, "Synallaxis albescens"
* Chicli Spinetail, "Synallaxis spixi"
* Dark-breasted Spinetail, "Synallaxis albigularis"
* Rufous-capped Spinetail, "Synallaxis ruficapilla"
* Pinto's Spinetail, "Synallaxis infuscata" Endemic Critically endangered
* Cabanis's Spinetail, "Synallaxis cabanisi"
* MacConnell's Spinetail, "Synallaxis macconnelli"
* Plain-crowned Spinetail, "Synallaxis gujanensis"
* White-lored Spinetail, "Synallaxis albilora"
* White-bellied Spinetail, "Synallaxis propinqua"
* Grey-bellied Spinetail, "Synallaxis cinerascens"
* Ruddy Spinetail, "Synallaxis rutilans"
* Chestnut-throated Spinetail, "Synallaxis cherriei" Near-threatened
* Red-shouldered Spinetail, "Synallaxis hellmayri" Endemic Near-threatened
* Tepui Spinetail, "Cranioleuca demissa"
* Pallid Spinetail, "Cranioleuca pallida" Endemic
* Grey-headed Spinetail, "Cranioleuca semicinerea" Endemic
* Olive Spinetail, "Cranioleuca obsoleta"
* Stripe-crowned Spinetail, "Cranioleuca pyrrhophia"
* Sulphur-bearded Spinetail, "Cranioleuca sulphurifera"
* Rusty-backed Spinetail, "Cranioleuca vulpina"
* Parker's Spinetail, "Cranioleuca vulpecula"
* Speckled Spinetail, "Cranioleuca gutturata"
* Scaled Spinetail, "Cranioleuca muelleri" Endemic
* Pink-legged Graveteiro, "Acrobatornis fonsecai" Endemic Vulnerable
* Red-and-white Spinetail, "Certhiaxis mustelina"
* Yellow-chinned Spinetail, "Certhiaxis cinnamomea"
* Itatiaia Thistletail, "Oreophylax moreirae" Endemic
* Short-billed Canastero, "Asthenes baeri"
* Cipo Canastero, "Asthenes luizae" Endemic Endangered
* Hudson's Canastero, "Asthenes hudsoni"
* Striated Softtail, "Thripophaga macroura" Endemic Endangered
* Plain Softtail, "Phacellodomus fusciceps"
* Common Thornbird, "Phacellodomus rufifrons"
* Greater Thornbird, "Phacellodomus ruber"
* Freckle-breasted Thornbird, "Phacellodomus striaticollis"
* Red-eyed Thornbird, "Phacellodomus erythrophthalmus" Endemic
* Canebrake Groundcreeper, "Clibanornis dendrocolaptoides" Vulnerable
* Firewood-gatherer, "Anumbius annumbi"
* Lark-like Brushrunner, "Coryphistera alaudina"
* Caatinga Cacholote, "Pseudoseisura cristata" Endemic
* Grey-crested Cacholote, "Pseudoseisura unirufa"
* Brown Cacholote, "Pseudoseisura lophotes"
* Orange-fronted Plushcrown, "Metopothrix aurantiacus"
* Roraiman Barbtail, "Roraimia adusta"
* Great Xenops, "Megaxenops parnaguae" Endemic Near-threatened
* Rufous-tailed Xenops, "Xenops milleri"
* Slender-billed Xenops, "Xenops tenuirostris"
* Plain Xenops, "Xenops minutus"
* Streaked Xenops, "Xenops rutilans"
* Sharp-billed Treehunter, "Heliobletus contaminatus"
* White-browed Foliage-gleaner, "Anabacerthia amaurotis" Near-threatened
* Buff-browed Foliage-gleaner, "Syndactyla rufosuperciliata"
* Pale-browed Treehunter, "Cichlocolaptes leucophrus" Endemic
* Point-tailed Palmcreeper, "Berlepschia rikeri"
* Peruvian Recurvebill, "Simoxenops ucayalae" Near-threatened
* Striped Woodhaunter, "Hyloctistes subulatus"
* Chestnut-winged Hookbill, "Ancistrops strigilatus"
* Chestnut-winged Foliage-gleaner, "Philydor erythropterus"
* Rufous-rumped Foliage-gleaner, "Philydor erythrocercus"
* Rufous-tailed Foliage-gleaner, "Philydor ruficaudatus"
* Buff-fronted Foliage-gleaner, "Philydor rufus"
* Ochre-breasted Foliage-gleaner, "Philydor lichtensteini"
* Russet-mantled Foliage-gleaner, "Philydor dimidiatus"
* Cinnamon-rumped Foliage-gleaner, "Philydor pyrrhodes"
* Black-capped Foliage-gleaner, "Philydor atricapillus"
* Alagoas Foliage-gleaner, "Philydor novaesi" Endemic Critically endangered
* White-collared Foliage-gleaner, "Anabazenops fuscus" Endemic
* Crested Foliage-gleaner, "Automolus dorsalis"
* Chestnut-crowned Foliage-gleaner, "Automolus rufipileatus"
* White-eyed Foliage-gleaner, "Automolus leucophthalmus"
* White-throated Foliage-gleaner, "Automolus roraimae"
* Buff-throated Foliage-gleaner, "Automolus ochrolaemus"
* Olive-backed Foliage-gleaner, "Automolus infuscatus"
* Brown-rumped Foliage-gleaner, "Automolus melanopezus"
* Ruddy Foliage-gleaner, "Automolus rubiginosus"
* Chestnut-capped Foliage-gleaner, "Hylocryptus rectirostris"
* Short-billed Leaftosser, "Sclerurus rufigularis"
* Tawny-throated Leaftosser, "Sclerurus mexicanus"
* Grey-throated Leaftosser, "Sclerurus albigularis"
* Black-tailed Leaftosser, "Sclerurus caudacutus"
* Rufous-breasted Leaftosser, "Sclerurus scansor"
* Sharp-tailed Streamcreeper, "Lochmias nematura"
* Pará Foliage-gleaner, "Automolus paraensis" Endemic
* Thrush-like Woodcreeper, "Dendrocincla turdina"
* Plain-brown Woodcreeper, "Dendrocincla fuliginosa"
* White-chinned Woodcreeper, "Dendrocincla merula"
* Long-tailed Woodcreeper, "Deconychura longicauda"
* Spot-throated Woodcreeper, "Deconychura stictolaema"
* Olivaceous Woodcreeper, "Sittasomus griseicapillus"
* Wedge-billed Woodcreeper, "Glyphorynchus spirurus"
* Scimitar-billed Woodcreeper, "Drymornis bridgesii"
* Long-billed Woodcreeper, "Nasica longirostris"
* Cinnamon-throated Woodcreeper, "Dendrexetastes rufigula"
* Bar-bellied Woodcreeper, "Hylexetastes stresemanni"
* Red-billed Woodcreeper, "Hylexetastes perrotii"
* Uniform Woodcreeper, "Hylexetastes uniformis" Endemic
* Brigida's Woodcreeper, "Hylexetastes brigidai" Endemic
* White-throated Woodcreeper, "Xiphocolaptes albicollis"
* Moustached Woodcreeper, "Xiphocolaptes falcirostris" Endemic Vulnerable
* Great Rufous Woodcreeper, "Xiphocolaptes major"
* Strong-billed Woodcreeper, "Xiphocolaptes promeropirhynchus"
* Amazonian Barred-Woodcreeper, "Dendrocolaptes certhia"
* Hoffmanns's Woodcreeper, "Dendrocolaptes hoffmannsi" Endemic
* Black-banded Woodcreeper, "Dendrocolaptes picumnus"
* Planalto Woodcreeper, "Dendrocolaptes platyrostris"
* Striped Woodcreeper, "Xiphorhynchus obsoletus"
* Ocellated Woodcreeper, "Xiphorhynchus ocellatus"
* Lesser Woodcreeper, "Xiphorhynchus fuscus"
* Spix's Woodcreeper, "Xiphorhynchus spixii" Endemic
* Elegant Woodcreeper, "Xiphorhynchus elegans"
* Juruá Woodcreeper, "Xiphorhynchus juruanus"
* Buff-throated Woodcreeper, "Xiphorhynchus guttatus"
* Lafresnaye's Woodcreeper, "Xiphorhynchus guttatoides" Endemic
* Chestnut-rumped Woodcreeper, "Xiphorhynchus pardalotus"
* Straight-billed Woodcreeper, "Dendroplex picus"
* Zimmer's Woodcreeper, "Dendroplex kienerii" Endemic
* Streak-headed Woodcreeper, "Lepidocolaptes souleyetii"
* Narrow-billed Woodcreeper, "Lepidocolaptes angustirostris"
* Scaled Woodcreeper, "Lepidocolaptes squamatus"
* Scaled Woodcreeper, "Lepidocolaptes falcinellus"
* Lineated Woodcreeper, "Lepidocolaptes albolineatus"
* Red-billed Scythebill, "Campylorhamphus trochilirostris"
* Black-billed Scythebill, "Campylorhamphus falcularius"
* Curve-billed Scythebill, "Campylorhamphus procurvoides"
* Carajás Woodcreeper, "Xiphocolaptes carajaensis"

Tyrannidae - Tyrant-flycatchers

* White-lored Tyrannulet, "Ornithion inerme"
* Southern Beardless-Tyrannulet, "Camptostoma obsoletum"
* Mouse-colored Tyrannulet, "Phaeomyias murina"
* Yellow Tyrannulet, "Capsiempis flaveola"
* Yellow-crowned Tyrannulet, "Tyrannulus elatus"
* Forest Elaenia, "Myiopagis gaimardii"
* Gray Elaenia, "Myiopagis caniceps"
* Yellow-crowned Elaenia, "Myiopagis flavivertex"
* Greenish Elaenia, "Myiopagis viridicata"
* Large Elaenia, "Elaenia spectabilis"
* Yellow-bellied Elaenia, "Elaenia flavogaster"
* Noronha Elaenia, "Elaenia ridleyana" Endemic Vulnerable
* White-crested Elaenia, "Elaenia albiceps"
* Small-billed Elaenia, "Elaenia parvirostris"
* Olivaceous Elaenia, "Elaenia mesoleuca"
* Brownish Elaenia, "Elaenia pelzelni"
* Plain-crested Elaenia, "Elaenia cristata"
* Rufous-crowned Elaenia, "Elaenia ruficeps"
* Lesser Elaenia, "Elaenia chiriquensis"
* Highland Elaenia, "Elaenia obscura"
* Sierran Elaenia, "Elaenia pallatangae"
* Sooty Tyrannulet, "Serpophaga nigricans"
* River Tyrannulet, "Serpophaga hypoleuca"
* White-crested Tyrannulet, "Serpophaga subcristata"
* White-bellied Tyrannulet, "Serpophaga munda"
* Ochre-bellied Flycatcher, "Mionectes oleagineus"
* Gray-hooded Flycatcher, "Mionectes rufiventris"
* MacConnell's Flycatcher, "Mionectes macconnelli"
* Sepia-capped Flycatcher, "Leptopogon amaurocephalus"
* Southern Bristle-Tyrant, "Pogonotriccus eximius" Near-threatened
* Minas Gerais Tyrannulet, "Phylloscartes roquettei" Endemic Critically endangered
* São Paulo Tyrannulet, "Phylloscartes paulista" Vulnerable
* Oustalet's Tyrannulet, "Phylloscartes oustaleti" Endemic Near-threatened
* Restinga Tyrannulet, "Phylloscartes kronei" Endemic Vulnerable
* Serra do Mar Tyrannulet, "Phylloscartes difficilis" Endemic Near-threatened
* Alagoas Tyrannulet, "Phylloscartes ceciliae" Endemic Critically endangered
* Mottle-cheeked Tyrannulet, "Phylloscartes ventralis"
* Bahia Tyrannulet, "Phylloscartes beckeri" Endemic Endangered
* Olive-green Tyrannulet, "Phylloscartes virescens"
* Bay-ringed Tyrannulet, "Phylloscartes sylviolus" Near-threatened
* Planalto Tyrannulet, "Phyllomyias fasciatus"
* Rough-legged Tyrannulet, "Phyllomyias burmeisteri"
* Greenish Tyrannulet, "Phyllomyias virescens"
* Reiser's Tyrannulet, "Phyllomyias reiseri" Endemic
* Gray-capped Tyrannulet, "Phyllomyias griseocapilla" Endemic Near-threatened
* Sooty-headed Tyrannulet, "Phyllomyias griseiceps"
* Slender-footed Tyrannulet, "Zimmerius gracilipes"
* Amazonian Scrub-Flycatcher, "Sublegatus obscurior"
* Northern Scrub-Flycatcher, "Sublegatus arenarum"
* Southern Scrub-Flycatcher, "Sublegatus modestus"
* Suiriri Flycatcher, "Suiriri suiriri"
* Chapada Flycatcher, "Suiriri islerorum"
* White-throated Tyrannulet, "Mecocerculus leucophrys"
* Plain Tyrannulet, "Inezia inornata"
* Pale-tipped Tyrannulet, "Inezia caudata"
* Amazonian Tyrannulet, "Inezia subflava"
* Lesser Wagtail-Tyrant, "Stigmatura napensis"
* Greater Wagtail-Tyrant, "Stigmatura budytoides"
* Yellow-billed Tit-Tyrant, "Anairetes flavirostris"
* Many-colored Rush-Tyrant, "Tachuris rubrigastra"
* Sharp-tailed Tyrant, "Culicivora caudacuta" Near-threatened
* Bearded Tachuri, "Polystictus pectoralis" Near-threatened
* Gray-backed Tachuri, "Polystictus superciliaris" Endemic Near-threatened
* Crested Doradito, "Pseudocolopteryx sclateri"
* Subtropical Doradito, "Pseudocolopteryx acutipennis"
* Warbling Doradito, "Pseudocolopteryx flaviventris"
* Tawny-crowned Pygmy-Tyrant, "Euscarthmus meloryphus"
* Rufous-sided Pygmy-Tyrant, "Euscarthmus rufomarginatus" Vulnerable
* Eared Pygmy-Tyrant, "Myiornis auricularis"
* Short-tailed Pygmy-Tyrant, "Myiornis ecaudatus"
* Double-banded Pygmy-Tyrant, "Lophotriccus vitiosus"
* Long-crested Pygmy-Tyrant, "Lophotriccus eulophotes"
* Helmeted Pygmy-Tyrant, "Lophotriccus galeatus"
* Pale-eyed Pygmy-Tyrant, "Atalotriccus pilaris"
* Black-and-white Tody-Tyrant, "Poecilotriccus capitalis"
* Buff-cheeked Tody-Flycatcher, "Poecilotriccus sene" xEndemic
* Ruddy Tody-Flycatcher, "Poecilotriccus russatus"
* Ochre-faced Tody-Flycatcher, "Poecilotriccus plumbeiceps"
* Smoky-fronted Tody-Flycatcher, "Poecilotriccus fumifrons"
* Rusty-fronted Tody-Flycatcher, "Poecilotriccus latirostris"
* Slate-headed Tody-Tyrant, "Poecilotriccus sylvia"
* Black-chested Tyrant, "Taeniotriccus andrei"
* Snethlage's Tody-tyrant, "Hemitriccus minor"
* Boat-billed Tody-tyrant, "Hemitriccus josephinae"
* Flammulated Bamboo-tyrant, "Hemitriccus flammulatus"
* Drab-breasted Bamboo-tyrant, "Hemitriccus diops"
* Brown-breasted Bamboo-tyrant, "Hemitriccus obsoletus" Endemic
* White-eyed Tody-tyrant, "Hemitriccus zosterops"
* White-bellied Tody-tyrant, "Hemitriccus griseipectus"
* Zimmer's Tody-tyrant, "Hemitriccus minimus"
* Eye-ringed Tody-tyrant, "Hemitriccus orbitatus" Endemic Near-threatened
* Johannes's Tody-tyrant, "Hemitriccus iohannis"
* Stripe-necked Tody-tyrant, "Hemitriccus striaticollis"
* Hangnest Tody-tyrant, "Hemitriccus nidipendulus" Endemic
* Pearly-vented Tody-tyrant, "Hemitriccus margaritaceiventer"
* Pelzeln's Tody-tyrant, "Hemitriccus inornatus" Endemic
* Buff-breasted Tody-tyrant, "Hemitriccus mirandae" Endemic Vulnerable
* Kaempfer's Tody-tyrant, "Hemitriccus kaempferi" Endemic Endangered
* Fork-tailed Tody-tyrant, "Hemitriccus furcatus" Endemic Endangered
* Common Tody-Flycatcher, "Todirostrum cinereum"
* Spotted Tody-Flycatcher, "Todirostrum maculatum"
* Yellow-lored Tody-flycatcher, "Todirostrum poliocephalum" Endemic
* Painted Tody-Flycatcher, "Todirostrum pictum"
* Yellow-browed Tody-Flycatcher, "Todirostrum chrysocrotaphum"
* Ringed Antpipit, "Corythopis torquata"
* Southern Antpipit, "Corythopis delalandi"
* Brownish Flycatcher, "Cnipodectes subbrunneus"
* Large-headed Flatbill, "Ramphotrigon megacephala"
* Dusky-tailed Flatbill, "Ramphotrigon fuscicauda"
* Rufous-tailed Flatbill, "Ramphotrigon ruficauda"
* Olivaceous Flatbill, "Rhynchocyclus olivaceus"
* Yellow-olive Flycatcher, "Tolmomyias sulphurescens"
* Yellow-margined Flycatcher, "Tolmomyias assimilis"
* Gray-crowned Flycatcher, "Tolmomyias poliocephalus"
* Yellow-breasted Flycatcher, "Tolmomyias flaviventris"
* Cinnamon-crested Spadebill, "Platyrinchus saturatus"
* Golden-crowned Spadebill, "Platyrinchus coronatus"
* White-throated Spadebill, "Platyrinchus mystaceus"
* White-crested Spadebill, "Platyrinchus platyrhynchos"
* Russet-winged Spadebill, "Platyrinchus leucoryphus" Near-threatened
* Amazonian Royal-Flycatcher, "Onychorhynchus coronatus"
* Roraiman Flycatcher, "Myiophobus roraimae"
* Bran-colored Flycatcher, "Myiophobus fasciatus"
* Ruddy-tailed Flycatcher, "Terenotriccus erythrurus"
* Whiskered Flycatcher, "Myiobius barbatus"
* Yellow-rumped Flycatcher, "Myiobius mastacalis" Endemic
* Black-tailed Flycatcher, "Myiobius atricaudus"
* Cinnamon Tyrant, "Neopipo cinnamomea"
* Cliff Flycatcher, "Hirundinea ferruginea"
* Fuscous Flycatcher, "Cnemotriccus fuscatus"
* Euler's Flycatcher, "Lathrotriccus euleri"
* Olive-sided Flycatcher, "Contopus cooperi"
* Smoke-colored Pewee, "Contopus fumigatus"
* Eastern Wood-Pewee, "Contopus virens"
* Tropical Pewee, "Contopus cinereus"
* Blackish Pewee, "Contopus nigrescens"
* White-throated Pewee, "Contopus albogularis"
* Alder Flycatcher, "Empidonax alnorum"
* Willow Flycatcher, "Empidonax traillii" Rare/Accidental
* Vermilion Flycatcher, "Pyrocephalus rubinus"
* Drab Water-Tyrant, "Ochthornis littoralis"
* Gray Monjita, "Xolmis cinerea"
* Black-crowned Monjita, "Xolmis coronata"
* White-rumped Monjita, "Xolmis velata"
* White Monjita, "Xolmis irupero"
* Black-and-white Monjita, "Xolmis dominicanus" Vulnerable
* Chocolate-vented Tyrant, "Neoxolmis rufiventris"
* Little Ground-Tyrant, "Muscisaxicola fluviatilis"
* Austral Negrito, "Lessonia rufa"
* Cinereous Tyrant, "Knipolegus striaticeps"
* Hudson's Black-Tyrant, "Knipolegus hudsoni"
* Amazonian Black-Tyrant, "Knipolegus poecilocercus"
* Blue-billed Black-Tyrant, "Knipolegus cyanirostris"
* Rufous-tailed Tyrant, "Knipolegus poecilurus"
* Riverside Tyrant, "Knipolegus orenocensis"
* White-winged Black-Tyrant, "Knipolegus aterrimus"
* Caatinga Black-Tyrant, "Knipolegus franciscanus" Endemic
* Velvety Black-Tyrant, "Knipolegus nigerrimus" Endemic
* Crested Black-Tyrant, "Knipolegus lophotes"
* Spectacled Tyrant, "Hymenops perspicillatus"
* Pied Water-Tyrant, "Fluvicola pica"
* Black-backed Water-Tyrant, "Fluvicola albiventer"
* Masked Water-Tyrant, "Fluvicola nengeta"
* White-headed Marsh-Tyrant, "Arundinicola leucocephala"
* Cock-tailed Tyrant, "Alectrurus tricolor" Vulnerable
* Strange-tailed Tyrant, "Alectrurus risora" Vulnerable
* Streamer-tailed Tyrant, "Gubernetes yetapa"
* Yellow-browed Tyrant, "Satrapa icterophrys"
* Long-tailed Tyrant, "Colonia colonus"
* Cattle Tyrant, "Machetornis rixosus"
* Shear-tailed Gray Tyrant, "Muscipipra vetula"
* Rufous-tailed Attila, "Attila phoenicurus"
* Cinnamon Attila, "Attila cinnamomeus"
* Citron-bellied Attila, "Attila citriniventris"
* Bright-rumped Attila, "Attila spadiceus"
* Dull-capped Attila, "Attila bolivianus"
* Gray-hooded Attila, "Attila rufus" Endemic
* Cinereous Mourner, "Laniocera hypopyrra"
* Rufous Casiornis, "Casiornis rufa"
* Ash-throated Casiornis, "Casiornis fusca" Endemic
* Sirystes, "Sirystes sibilator"
* Grayish Mourner, "Rhytipterna simplex"
* Pale-bellied Mourner, "Rhytipterna immunda"
* Dusky-capped Flycatcher, "Myiarchus tuberculifer"
* Swainson's Flycatcher, "Myiarchus swainsoni"
* Short-crested Flycatcher, "Myiarchus ferox"
* Brown-crested Flycatcher, "Myiarchus tyrannulus"
* Lesser Kiskadee, "Philohydor lictor"
* Great Kiskadee, "Pitangus sulphuratus"
* Boat-billed Flycatcher, "Megarynchus pitangua"
* Rusty-margined Flycatcher, "Myiozetetes cayanensis"
* Social Flycatcher, "Myiozetetes similis"
* Gray-capped Flycatcher, "Myiozetetes granadensis"
* Dusky-chested Flycatcher, "Myiozetetes luteiventris"
* Three-striped Flycatcher, "Conopias trivirgata"
* Yellow-throated Flycatcher, "Conopias parva"
* Streaked Flycatcher, "Myiodynastes maculatus"
* Sulphur-bellied Flycatcher, "Myiodynastes luteiventris"
* Piratic Flycatcher, "Legatus leucophaius"
* Variegated Flycatcher, "Empidonomus varius"
* Crowned Slaty Flycatcher, "Griseotyrannus aurantioatrocristatus"
* Sulphury Flycatcher, "Tyrannopsis sulphurea"
* White-throated Kingbird, "Tyrannus albogularis"
* Tropical Kingbird, "Tyrannus melancholicus"
* Eastern Kingbird, "Tyrannus tyrannus"
* Gray Kingbird, "Tyrannus dominicensis" Rare/Accidental
* Fork-tailed Flycatcher, "Tyrannus savana"
* White-naped Xenopsaris, "Xenopsaris albinucha"
* Chestnut-crowned Becard, "Pachyramphus castaneus"
* Green-backed Becard, "Pachyramphus viridis"
* White-winged Becard, "Pachyramphus polychopterus"
* Black-capped Becard, "Pachyramphus marginatus"
* Glossy-backed Becard, "Pachyramphus surinamus"
* Cinereous Becard, "Pachyramphus rufus"
* Pink-throated Becard, "Pachyramphus minor"
* Crested Becard, "Pachyramphus validus"
* Black-tailed Tityra, "Tityra cayana"
* Masked Tityra, "Tityra semifasciata"
* Black-crowned Tityra, "Tityra inquisitor"

Cotingidae - Cotingas

* Sharpbill, "Oxyruncus cristatus"
* White-tipped Plantcutter, "Phytotoma rutila"
* Black-necked Red-Cotinga, "Phoenicircus nigricollis"
* Guianan Red-Cotinga, "Phoenicircus carnifex"
* Shrike-like Cotinga, "Laniisoma elegans" Vulnerable
* Swallow-tailed Cotinga, "Phibalura flavirostris" Near-threatened
* Black-and-gold Cotinga, "Tijuca atra" Endemic Near-threatened
* Gray-winged Cotinga, "Tijuca condita" Endemic Vulnerable
* Hooded Berryeater, "Carpornis cucullatus" Endemic Near-threatened
* Black-headed Berryeater, "Carpornis melanocephalus" Endemic Vulnerable
* Red-banded Fruiteater, "Pipreola whitelyi" Rare/Accidental
* Buff-throated Purpletuft, "Iodopleura pipra" Endemic Endangered
* White-browed Purpletuft, "Iodopleura isabellae"
* Dusky Purpletuft, "Iodopleura fusca"
* Kinglet Calyptura, "Calyptura cristata" Endemic Critically endangered
* Screaming Piha, "Lipaugus vociferans"
* Cinnamon-vented Piha, "Lipaugus lanioides" Endemic Vulnerable
* Rose-collared Piha, "Lipaugus streptophorus"
* Purple-throated Cotinga, "Porphyrolaema porphyrolaema"
* Plum-throated Cotinga, "Cotinga maynana"
* Purple-breasted Cotinga, "Cotinga cotinga"
* Banded Cotinga, "Cotinga maculata" Endemic Endangered
* Spangled Cotinga, "Cotinga cayana"
* Pompadour Cotinga, "Xipholena punicea"
* White-tailed Cotinga, "Xipholena lamellipennis" Endemic
* White-winged Cotinga, "Xipholena atropurpurea" Endemic Endangered
* Bare-necked Fruitcrow, "Gymnoderus foetidus"
* Crimson Fruitcrow, "Haematoderus militaris"
* Purple-throated Fruitcrow, "Querula purpurata"
* Red-ruffed Fruitcrow, "Pyroderus scutatus"
* Amazonian Umbrellabird, "Cephalopterus ornatus"
* Capuchinbird, "Perissocephalus tricolor"
* White Bellbird, "Procnias alba"
* Bearded Bellbird, "Procnias averano"
* Bare-throated Bellbird, "Procnias nudicollis" Near-threatened
* Guianan Cock-of-the-rock, "Rupicola rupicola"

Pipridae - Manakins

* Olive Manakin, "Chloropipo uniformis"
* White-bearded Manakin, "Manacus manacus"
* White-throated Manakin, "Corapipo gutturalis"
* Blue-backed Manakin, "Chiroxiphia pareola"
* Blue Manakin, "Chiroxiphia caudata"
* Crimson-hooded Manakin, "Pipra aureola"
* Band-tailed Manakin, "Pipra fasciicauda"
* Wire-tailed Manakin, "Pipra filicauda"
* White-crowned Manakin, "Dixiphia pipra"
* Blue-crowned Manakin, "Lepidothrix coronata"
* Golden-headed Manakin, "Pipra erythrocephala"
* Red-headed Manakin, "Pipra rubrocapilla"
* Round-tailed Manakin, "Pipra chloromeros"
* Scarlet-horned Manakin, "Pipra cornuta"
* Opal-crowned Manakin, "Lepidothrix iris" Endemic
* Golden-crowned Manakin, "Lepidothrix vilasboasi" Endemic Vulnerable
* Snow-capped Manakin, "Lepidothrix nattereri" Endemic
* Tepui Manakin, "Lepidothrix suavissima"
* White-fronted Manakin, "Lepidothrix serena"
* Helmeted Manakin, "Antilophia galeata"
* Araripe Manakin, "Antilophia bokermanni" Endemic Critically endangered
* Pin-tailed Manakin, "Ilicura militaris" Endemic
* Fiery-capped Manakin, "Machaeropterus pyrocephalus"
* Eastern Striped Manakin, "Machaeropterus regulus" Endemic
* Western Striped Manakin, "Machaeropterus striolatus"
* Black Manakin, "Xenopipo atronitens"
* Yellow-crested Manakin, "Heterocercus flavivertex"
* Orange-crested Manakin, "Heterocercus aurantiiverte" xRare/Accidental
* Flame-crested Manakin, "Heterocercus linteatus"
* Saffron-crested Tyrant-Manakin, "Neopelma chrysocephalum"
* Sulphur-bellied Tyrant-Manakin, "Neopelma sulphureiventer"
* Pale-bellied Tyrant-Manakin, "Neopelma pallescens"
* Wied's Tyrant-manakin, "Neopelma aurifrons" Endemic
* Serra Do Mar Tyrant-manakin, "Neopelma chrysolophum" Endemic
* Dwarf Tyrant-Manakin, "Tyranneutes stolzmanni"
* Tiny Tyrant-Manakin, "Tyranneutes virescens"
* Black-capped Piprites, "Piprites pileatus" Vulnerable
* Wing-barred Piprites, "Piprites chloris"
* Greater Schiffornis, "Schiffornis major"
* Thrush-like Schiffornis, "Schiffornis turdinus"
* Greenish Schiffornis, "Schiffornis virescens"

Vireonidae - Vireos

* Red-eyed Vireo, "Vireo olivaceus"
* Yellow-green Vireo, "Vireo flavoviridis" Rare/Accidental
* Noronha Vireo, "Vireo gracilirostris" Endemic Near-threatened
* Black-whiskered Vireo, "Vireo altiloquus"
* Rufous-crowned Greenlet, "Hylophilus poicilotis"
* Grey-eyed Greenlet, "Hylophilus amaurocephalus" Endemic
* Lemon-chested Greenlet, "Hylophilus thoracicus"
* Grey-chested Greenlet, "Hylophilus semicinereus"
* Ashy-headed Greenlet, "Hylophilus pectoralis"
* Tepui Greenlet, "Hylophilus sclateri"
* Buff-cheeked Greenlet, "Hylophilus muscicapinus"
* Brown-headed Greenlet, "Hylophilus brunneiceps"
* Dusky-capped Greenlet, "Hylophilus hypoxanthus"
* Tawny-crowned Greenlet, "Hylophilus ochraceiceps"
* Slaty-capped Shrike-Vireo, "Vireolanius leucotis"
* Rufous-browed Peppershrike, Cyclarhis gujanensisCorvidae - Jays

* Purplish Jay, "Cyanocorax cyanomelas"
* Azure Jay, "Cyanocorax caeruleus" Near-threatened
* Violaceous Jay, "Cyanocorax violaceus"
* Curl-crested Jay, "Cyanocorax cristatellus"
* Azure-naped Jay, "Cyanocorax heilprini"
* Cayenne Jay, "Cyanocorax cayanus"
* Plush-crested Jay, "Cyanocorax chrysops"
* White-naped Jay, "Cyanocorax cyanopogon"

Hirundinidae - Swallows

* Brown-chested Martin, "Progne tapera"
* Purple Martin, "Progne subis"
* Gray-breasted Martin, "Progne chalybea"
* Southern Martin, "Progne elegans"
* White-winged Swallow, "Tachycineta albiventer"
* White-rumped Swallow, "Tachycineta leucorrhoa"
* Chilean Swallow, "Tachycineta meyeni"
* Blue-and-white Swallow, "Notiochelidon cyanoleuca"
* White-banded Swallow, "Atticora fasciata"
* Black-collared Swallow, "Atticora melanoleuca"
* White-thighed Swallow, "Neochelidon tibialis"
* Tawny-headed Swallow, "Alopochelidon fucata"
* Southern Rough-winged Swallow, "Stelgidopteryx ruficollis"
* Bank Swallow, "Riparia riparia"
* Cliff Swallow, "Petrochelidon pyrrhonota"
* Barn Swallow, "Hirundo rustica"

Troglodytidae - Wrens

* Black-capped Donacobius, "Donacobius atricapilla"
* Bicolored Wren, "Campylorhynchus griseus"
* Thrush-like Wren, "Campylorhynchus turdinus"
* Tooth-billed Wren, "Odontorchilus cinereus" Endemic
* Moustached Wren, "Thryothorus genibarbis"
* Coraya Wren, "Thryothorus coraya"
* Buff-breasted Wren, "Thryothorus leucotis"
* Fawn-breasted Wren, "Thryothorus guarayanus"
* Long-billed Wren, "Thryothorus longirostris" Endemic
* Grey Wren, "Thryothorus griseus" Endemic
* House Wren, "Troglodytes aedon"
* Tepui Wren, "Troglodytes rufulus"
* Sedge Wren, "Cistothorus platensis"
* White-breasted Wood-Wren, "Henicorhina leucosticta"
* Scaly-breasted Wren, "Microcerculus marginatus"
* Flutist Wren, "Microcerculus ustulatus"
* Wing-banded Wren, "Microcerculus bambla"
* Musician Wren, "Cyphorhinus aradus"

Polioptilidae - Gnatcatchers

* Collared Gnatwren, "Microbates collaris"
* Long-billed Gnatwren, "Ramphocaenus melanurus"
* Guianan Gnatcatcher, "Polioptila guianensis"
* Tropical Gnatcatcher, "Polioptila plumbea"
* Creamy-bellied Gnatcatcher, "Polioptila lactea" Near-threatened
* Masked Gnatcatcher, "Polioptila dumicola"


=Turdidae - Thrushes=

* Rufous-brown Solitaire, "Cichlopsis leucogenys"
* Veery, "Catharus fuscescens"
* Gray-cheeked Thrush, "Catharus minimus"
* Swainson's Thrush, "Catharus ustulatus"
* Pale-eyed Thrush, "Platycichla leucops"
* Yellow-legged Thrush, "Platycichla flavipes"
* Eastern Slaty-Thrush, "Turdus subalaris"
* Black-hooded Thrush, "Turdus olivater"
* Rufous-bellied Thrush, "Turdus rufiventris"
* Pale-breasted Thrush, "Turdus leucomelas"
* Creamy-bellied Thrush, "Turdus amaurochalinus"
* Black-billed Thrush, "Turdus ignobilis"
* Lawrence's Thrush, "Turdus lawrencii"
* Cocoa Thrush, "Turdus fumigatus"
* Hauxwell's Thrush, "Turdus hauxwelli"
* Bare-eyed Thrush, "Turdus nudigenis"
* Unicolored Thrush, "Turdus haplochrous" Near-threatened
* White-necked Thrush, "Turdus albicollis"

Mimidae - Mockingbirds

* Tropical Mockingbird, "Mimus gilvus"
* Chalk-browed Mockingbird, "Mimus saturninus"
* White-banded Mockingbird, "Mimus triurus"

Motacillidae - Pipits

* Correndera Pipit, "Anthus correndera"
* Short-billed Pipit, "Anthus furcatus"
* Hellmayr's Pipit, "Anthus hellmayri"
* Yellowish Pipit, "Anthus lutescens"
* Ochre-breasted Pipit, "Anthus nattereri" Vulnerable

Coerebidae - Bananaquits

* Bananaquit, "Coereba flaveola"

Thraupidae - Tanagers

* Chestnut-vented Conebill, "Conirostrum speciosum"
* Bicolored Conebill, "Conirostrum bicolor"
* Pearly-breasted Conebill, "Conirostrum margaritae"
* Brown Tanager, "Orchesticus abeillei" Endemic Near-threatened
* Cinnamon Tanager, "Schistochlamys ruficapillus"
* Black-faced Tanager, "Schistochlamys melanopis"
* White-banded Tanager, "Neothraupis fasciata" Near-threatened
* White-rumped Tanager, "Cypsnagra hirundinacea"
* Black-and-white Tanager, "Conothraupis speculigera" Near-threatened
* Cone-billed Tanager, "Conothraupis mesoleuca" Endemic Critically endangered
* Magpie Tanager, "Cissopis leveriana"
* Red-billed Pied Tanager, "Lamprospiza melanoleuca"
* Scarlet-throated Tanager, "Compsothraupis loricata" Endemic
* Chestnut-headed Tanager, "Pyrrhocoma ruficeps"
* Orange-headed Tanager, "Thlypopsis sordida"
* Guira Tanager, "Hemithraupis guira"
* Rufous-headed Tanager, "Hemithraupis ruficapilla" Endemic
* Yellow-backed Tanager, "Hemithraupis flavicollis"
* Hooded Tanager, "Nemosia pileata"
* Cherry-throated Tanager, "Nemosia rourei" Endemic Critically endangered
* Olive-backed Tanager, "Mitrospingus oleagineus"
* Olive-green Tanager, "Orthogonys chloricterus" Endemic
* Grey-headed Tanager, "Eucometis penicillata"
* Fulvous Shrike-Tanager, "Lanio fulvus"
* White-winged Shrike-Tanager, "Lanio versicolor"
* Flame-crested Tanager, "Tachyphonus cristatus"
* Yellow-crested Tanager, "Tachyphonus rufiventer"
* Fulvous-crested Tanager, "Tachyphonus surinamus"
* White-shouldered Tanager, "Tachyphonus luctuosus"
* Ruby-crowned Tanager, "Tachyphonus coronatus"
* White-lined Tanager, "Tachyphonus rufus"
* Red-shouldered Tanager, "Tachyphonus phoenicius"
* Black-goggled Tanager, "Trichothraupis melanops"
* Red-crowned Ant-Tanager, "Habia rubica"
* Hepatic Tanager, "Piranga flava"
* Scarlet Tanager, "Piranga olivacea"
* Summer Tanager, "Piranga rubra"
* White-winged Tanager, "Piranga leucoptera"
* Masked Crimson Tanager, "Ramphocelus nigrogularis"
* Silver-beaked Tanager, "Ramphocelus carbo"
* Brazilian Tanager, "Ramphocelus bresilius" Endemic
* Blue-gray Tanager, "Thraupis episcopus"
* Sayaca Tanager, "Thraupis sayaca"
* Azure-shouldered Tanager, "Thraupis cyanoptera" Endemic Near-threatened
* Golden-chevroned Tanager, "Thraupis ornata" Endemic
* Blue-and-yellow Tanager, "Thraupis bonariensis"
* Palm Tanager, "Thraupis palmarum"
* Blue-backed Tanager, "Cyanicterus cyanicterus"
* Diademed Tanager, "Stephanophorus diadematus"
* Fawn-breasted Tanager, "Pipraeidea melanonota"
* Plumbeous Euphonia, "Euphonia plumbea"
* Purple-throated Euphonia, "Euphonia chlorotica"
* Finsch's Euphonia, "Euphonia finschi"
* Violaceous Euphonia, "Euphonia violacea"
* Thick-billed Euphonia, "Euphonia laniirostris"
* Green-chinned Euphonia, "Euphonia chalybea" Near-threatened
* Golden-rumped Euphonia, "Euphonia cyanocephala"
* White-lored Euphonia, "Euphonia chrysopasta"
* White-vented Euphonia, "Euphonia minuta"
* Orange-bellied Euphonia, "Euphonia xanthogaster"
* Rufous-bellied Euphonia, "Euphonia rufiventris"
* Golden-sided Euphonia, "Euphonia cayennensis"
* Chestnut-bellied Euphonia, "Euphonia pectoralis"
* Blue-naped Chlorophonia, "Chlorophonia cyanea"
* Turquoise Tanager, "Tangara mexicana"
* Paradise Tanager, "Tangara chilensis"
* Seven-colored Tanager, "Tangara fastuosa" Endemic Endangered
* Green-headed Tanager, "Tangara seledon"
* Red-necked Tanager, "Tangara cyanocephala"
* Brassy-breasted Tanager, "Tangara desmaresti" Endemic
* Gilt-edged Tanager, "Tangara cyanoventris" Endemic
* Green-and-gold Tanager, "Tangara schrankii"
* Yellow-bellied Tanager, "Tangara xanthogastra"
* Spotted Tanager, "Tangara punctata"
* Speckled Tanager, "Tangara guttata"
* Dotted Tanager, "Tangara varia"
* Bay-headed Tanager, "Tangara gyrola"
* Burnished-buff Tanager, "Tangara cayana"
* Black-backed Tanager, "Tangara peruviana" Endemic Vulnerable
* Chestnut-backed Tanager, "Tangara preciosa"
* Blue-necked Tanager, "Tangara cyanicollis"
* Masked Tanager, "Tangara nigrocincta"
* Black-headed Tanager, "Tangara cyanoptera"
* Opal-rumped Tanager, "Tangara velia"
* Opal-crowned Tanager, "Tangara callophrys"
* White-bellied Dacnis, "Dacnis albiventris"
* Black-faced Dacnis, "Dacnis lineata"
* Yellow-bellied Dacnis, "Dacnis flaviventer"
* Black-legged Dacnis, "Dacnis nigripes" Endemic Vulnerable
* Blue Dacnis, "Dacnis cayana"
* Green Honeycreeper, "Chlorophanes spiza"
* Short-billed Honeycreeper, "Cyanerpes nitidus"
* Purple Honeycreeper, "Cyanerpes caeruleus"
* Red-legged Honeycreeper, "Cyanerpes cyaneus"
* Swallow-Tanager, "Tersina viridis"

Emberizidae - Seedeaters

* Coal-crested Finch, "Charitospiza eucosma" Near-threatened
* Black-masked Finch, "Coryphaspiza melanotis" Vulnerable
* Many-colored Chaco-Finch, "Saltatricula multicolor"
* Pileated Finch, "Coryphospingus pileatus"
* Red-crested Finch, "Coryphospingus cucullatus"
* Mourning Sierra-Finch, "Phrygilus fruticeti" Rare/Accidental
* Long-tailed Reed-Finch, "Donacospiza albifrons"
* Common Diuca-Finch, "Diuca diuca"
* Bay-chested Warbling-Finch, "Poospiza thoracica" Endemic
* Black-and-rufous Warbling-Finch, "Poospiza nigrorufa"
* Red-rumped Warbling-Finch, "Poospiza lateralis"
* Black-capped Warbling-Finch, "Poospiza melanoleuca"
* Cinereous Warbling-Finch, "Poospiza cinerea" Endemic Vulnerable
* Blue-black Grassquit, "Volatinia jacarina"
* Buffy-fronted Seedeater, "Sporophila frontalis" Vulnerable
* Temminck's Seedeater, "Sporophila falcirostris" Endemic Vulnerable
* Slate-colored Seedeater, "Sporophila schistacea"
* Plumbeous Seedeater, "Sporophila plumbea"
* Caqueta Seedeater, "Sporophila murallae"
* Gray Seedeater, "Sporophila intermedia"
* Wing-barred Seedeater, "Sporophila americana"
* Rusty-collared Seedeater, "Sporophila collaris"
* Lesson's Seedeater, "Sporophila bouvronides"
* Lined Seedeater, "Sporophila lineola"
* Black-and-white Seedeater, "Sporophila luctuosa"
* Yellow-bellied Seedeater, "Sporophila nigricollis"
* Dubois's Seedeater, "Sporophila ardesiaca" Endemic
* Hooded Seedeater, "Sporophila melanops" Endemic Critically endangered
* Double-collared Seedeater, "Sporophila caerulescens"
* White-throated Seedeater, "Sporophila albogularis" Endemic
* White-bellied Seedeater, "Sporophila leucoptera"
* Black-and-tawny Seedeater, "Sporophila nigrorufa" Vulnerable
* Capped Seedeater, "Sporophila bouvreuil"
* Ruddy-breasted Seedeater, "Sporophila minuta"
* Tawny-bellied Seedeater, "Sporophila hypoxantha"
* Dark-throated Seedeater, "Sporophila ruficollis" Near-threatened
* Marsh Seedeater, Sporophila palustris, Endangered
* Chestnut-bellied Seedeater, "Sporophila castaneiventris"
* Gray-and-chestnut Seedeater, "Sporophila hypochroma" Near-threatened
* Chestnut Seedeater, "Sporophila cinnamomea" Vulnerable
* Narosky's Seedeater, "Sporophila zelichi" Rare/Accidental Critically endangered
* Black-bellied Seedeater, "Sporophila melanogaster" Endemic Near-threatened
* Large-billed Seed-Finch, "Oryzoborus crassirostris"
* Great-billed Seed-Finch, "Oryzoborus maximiliani"
* Chestnut-bellied Seed-Finch, "Oryzoborus angolensis"
* Blackish-blue Seedeater, "Amaurospiza moesta" Near-threatened
* White-naped Seedeater, "Dolospingus fringilloides"
* Paramo Seedeater, "Catamenia homochroa"
* Dull-colored Grassquit, "Tiaris obscura" Rare/Accidental
* Sooty Grassquit, "Tiaris fuliginosa"
* Uniform Finch, "Haplospiza unicolor"
* Scaled Flower-piercer, "Diglossa duidae"
* Greater Flower-piercer, "Diglossa major"
* Saffron Finch, "Sicalis flaveola"
* Grassland Yellow-Finch, "Sicalis luteola"
* Stripe-tailed Yellow-Finch, "Sicalis citrina"
* Orange-fronted Yellow-finch, "Sicalis columbiana"
* Wedge-tailed Grass-Finch, "Emberizoides herbicola"
* Lesser Grass-Finch, "Emberizoides ypiranganus"
* Pale-throated Serra-finch, "Embernagra longicauda" Endemic Near-threatened
* Great Pampa-Finch, "Embernagra platensis"
* Yellow Cardinal, Gubernatrix cristata, Endangered
* Red-crested Cardinal, "Paroaria coronata"
* Red-cowled Cardinal, "Paroaria dominicana" Endemic
* Red-capped Cardinal, "Paroaria gularis"
* Crimson-fronted Cardinal, "Paroaria baeri" Endemic
* Yellow-billed Cardinal, "Paroaria capitata"
* Tepui Brush-finch, "Atlapetes personatus"
* Pectoral Sparrow, "Arremon taciturnus"
* Half-collared Sparrow, "Arremon semitorquatus" Endemic
* Saffron-billed Sparrow, "Arremon flavirostris"
* Black-striped Sparrow, "Arremonops conirostris"
* Grassland Sparrow, "Ammodramus humeralis"
* Yellow-browed Sparrow, "Ammodramus aurifrons"
* Rufous-collared Sparrow, "Zonotrichia capensis"

Cardinalidae - Saltators and Allies

* Red-and-black Grosbeak, "Periporphyrus erythromelas"
* Streaked Saltator, "Saltator striatipectus"
* Grayish Saltator, "Saltator coerulescens"
* Buff-throated Saltator, "Saltator maximus"
* Slate-colored Grosbeak, "Saltator grossus"
* Black-throated Grosbeak, "Saltator fuliginosus"
* Green-winged Saltator, "Saltator similis"
* Golden-billed Saltator, "Saltator aurantiirostris"
* Thick-billed Saltator, "Saltator maxillosus"
* Black-throated Saltator, "Saltator atricollis"
* Yellow-green Grosbeak, "Caryothraustes canadensis"
* Yellow-shouldered Grosbeak, "Parkerthraustes humeralis"
* Black-backed Grosbeak, "Pheucticus aureoventris"
* Ultramarine Grosbeak, "Cyanocompsa brissonii"
* Blue-black Grosbeak, "Cyanocompsa cyanoides"
* Glaucous-blue Grosbeak, "Cyanoloxia glaucocaerulea"
* Yellow-billed Blue Finch, "Porphyrospiza caerulescens" Near-threatened
* Dickcissel, "Spiza americana"


=Parulidae - New World Warblers=

* Tropical Parula, "Parula pitiayumi"
* Yellow Warbler, "Dendroica petechia"
* Black-throated Green Warbler, "Dendroica virens" Rare/Accidental
* Blackburnian Warbler, "Dendroica fusca" Rare/Accidental
* Blackpoll Warbler, "Dendroica striata"
* Cerulean Warbler, "Dendroica cerulea" Rare/Accidental
* American Redstart, "Setophaga ruticilla"
* Prothonotary Warbler, "Protonotaria citrea" Rare/Accidental
* Northern Waterthrush, "Seiurus noveboracensis"
* Connecticut Warbler, "Oporornis agilis"
* Masked Yellowthroat, "Geothlypis aequinoctialis"
* Slate-throated Redstart, "Myioborus miniatus"
* Tepui Redstart, "Myioborus castaneocapillus"
* Two-banded Warbler, "Basileuterus bivittatus"
* Golden-crowned Warbler, "Basileuterus culicivorus"
* White-bellied Warbler, "Basileuterus hypoleucus"
* White-rimmed Warbler, "Basileuterus leucoblepharus"
* White-striped Warbler, "Basileuterus leucophrys" Endemic
* Flavescent Warbler, "Basileuterus flaveolus"
* Buff-rumped Warbler, "Basileuterus fulvicauda"
* Neotropical River Warbler, "Basileuterus rivularis"
* Rose-breasted Chat, "Granatellus pelzelni"

Icteridae - Orioles, Oropendolas and Allies

* Bobolink, "Dolichonyx oryzivorus"
* Saffron-cowled Blackbird, "Xanthopsar flavus" Vulnerable
* Yellow-winged Blackbird, "Agelasticus thilius"
* Unicolored Blackbird, "Agelasticus cyanopus"
* Yellow-hooded Blackbird, "Chrysomus icterocephalus"
* Chestnut-capped Blackbird, "Chrysomus ruficapillus"
* Red-breasted Blackbird, "Sturnella militaris"
* White-browed Blackbird, "Sturnella superciliaris"
* Pampas Meadowlark, "Sturnella defilippii" Rare/Accidental Vulnerable
* Eastern Meadowlark, "Sturnella magna"
* Carib Grackle, "Quiscalus lugubris"
* Bay-winged Cowbird, "Molothrus badius"
* Screaming Cowbird, "Molothrus rufoaxillaris"
* Shiny Cowbird, "Molothrus bonariensis"
* Giant Cowbird, "Molothrus oryzivorus"
* Moriche Oriole, "Icterus chrysocephalus"
* Epaulet Oriole, "Icterus cayanensis"
* Yellow Oriole, "Icterus nigrogularis"
* Baltimore Oriole, "Icterus galbula" Rare/Accidental
* Yellow-rumped Cacique, "Cacicus cela"
* Red-rumped Cacique, "Cacicus haemorrhous"
* Golden-winged Cacique, "Cacicus chrysopterus"
* Solitary Cacique, "Cacicus solitarius"
* Casqued Oropendola, "Psarocolius oseryi"
* Crested Oropendola, "Psarocolius decumanus"
* Green Oropendola, "Psarocolius viridis"
* Russet-backed Oropendola, "Psarocolius angustifrons"
* Band-tailed Oropendola, "Ocyalus latirostris"
* Amazonian Oropendola, "Gymnostinops bifasciatus"
* Oriole Blackbird, "Gymnomystax mexicanus"
* Yellow-rumped Marshbird, "Pseudoleistes guirahuro"
* Brown-and-yellow Marshbird, "Pseudoleistes virescens"
* Scarlet-headed Blackbird, "Amblyramphus holosericeus"
* Forbes's Blackbird, "Curaeus forbesi" Endemic Critically endangered
* Chopi Blackbird, "Gnorimopsar chopi"
* Velvet-fronted Grackle, "Lampropsar tanagrinus"
* Golden-tufted Grackle, "Macroagelaius imthurni"
* Campo Troupial, "Icterus jamacaii" Endemic
* Orange-backed Troupial, "Icterus croconotus"


=Fringillidae - Euphonias and Cardinals=

* European Greenfinch, Carduelis chloris, Introduced species
* Yellow-faced Siskin, "Carduelis yarrellii" Endemic Vulnerable
* Hooded Siskin, "Carduelis magellanica"
* European Goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis", Introduced species

Estrildidae - Waxbills

* Common Waxbill, "Estrilda astrild",Introduced species

Passeridae - House Sparrows

* House Sparrow, Passer domesticus, Introduced species

ee also

*Wildlife of Brazil
*Lists of birds by region
*List of amphibians in Brazil
*List of Brazilian reptiles
*List of Brazilian mammals
*List of macaws
*List of amazon parrots

References

* Comitê Brasileiro de Registros Ornitológicos (2005) "Listas das aves do Brasil. Versão 3/12/2005". Disponível em/ available at Acesso em/ access in: 3/12/2005.
* Miguel A. Marini and Frederico I. Garcia, 2005 - "Bird Conservation in Brazil", Conservation Biology 19(3)


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