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  1. Peruvian Meadowlark (male)

    Peruvian Meadowlark (male)

    Peruvian Meadowlark (Sturnella bellicosa subsp. bellicosa) Male, sexes sexually dimorphic. This male was fluttering around getting the attention of a female. Photographed in open disturbed desert northeast of Olmos near Corral Quemado, Piura Department, Peru. Disturbed desert at ca.400 m...
  2. White-browed Hemispingus

    White-browed Hemispingus

    At the time of photography it was Black-capped Hemispingus (Hemispingus atropileus subsp. auricularis), now White-browed Hemispingus. Sexes similar. Photographed on lower east side of Abra Patricia, Amazonas Department, Peru. A tropical premontane forest (mid-elevation cloud forest) at ca...
  3. Scarlet Peacock

    Scarlet Peacock

    Scarlet Peacock (Amartia amathea: Nymphalidae) Photographed on lower east side of Abra Patricia, Amazonas Department, Peru. A tropical premontane forest (mid-elevation cloud forest) at ca. 1,500 m (4,921 ft) elevation.
  4. Scarlet Tanager (female)

    Scarlet Tanager (female)

    Scarlet Tanager (Piranga olivacea) Female, species sexually dimorphic. Photographed at the base of Morro de Calzada, Amazonas Department, Peru. Protected lower-mid elevation tropical rain forest at ca. 1,400 m (4,593 ft) elevation.
  5. Marble-faced Bristle Tyrant

    Marble-faced Bristle Tyrant

    Marble-faced Bristle Tyrant (Phylloscartes opthalmicus subsp. opthalmicus) Sexes similar. Photographed on lower east side of Abra Patricia, Amazonas Department, Peru. A tropical premontane forest (mid-elevation cloud forest) at ca. 1,500 m (4,921 ft) elevation.
  6. Crested Quetzal (male)

    Crested Quetzal (male)

    Crested Quetzal (Pharomachrus antisianus) Male, species sexually dimorphic. Photographed on lower east side of Abra Patricia, Amazonas Department, Peru. A tropical premontane forest (mid-elevation cloud forest) at ca. 1,500 m (4,921 ft) elevation.
  7. Turquoise Tanager

    Turquoise Tanager

    Turquoise Tanager (Tangara mexicana subsp. boliviana) Sexes similar. Photographed at the base of Morro de Calzada, Amazonas Department, Peru. Protected lower-mid elevation tropical rain forest at ca. 1,400 m (4,593 ft) elevation.
  8. Long-tailed Hermit

    Long-tailed Hermit

    Long-tailed Hermit (Phaethornis superciliosus) Sexes similar. Photographed at Moyobamba, Amazonas Department, Peru. A highly disturbed (deforested) rainforest at 860 m (2,822 ft) elevation.
  9. Rufous-capped Antshrike (female)

    Rufous-capped Antshrike (female)

    Rufous-capped Antshrike (Thamnophilus ruficapillus subsp. jaczewskii) Female, species sexually dimorphic. Photographed at Abra Patricia, Amazonas Department, Peru. A tropical premontane forest (mid-elevation cloud forest) at ca. 2,000 m (6,562 ft) elevation.
  10. Rufous-capped Antshrike (male)

    Rufous-capped Antshrike (male)

    Rufous-capped Antshrike (Thamnophilus ruficapillus subsp. jaczewskii) Male, species sexually dimorphic. Photographed at Abra Patricia, Amazonas Department, Peru. A tropical premontane forest (mid-elevation cloud forest) at ca. 2,000 m (6,562 ft) elevation.
  11. Lulu's Today-tyrant

    Lulu's Today-tyrant

    Lulus Tody-tyrant (Poecilotriccus luluae) Alternate name is Johnson's Tody-tyrant. Sexes similar. Photographed at Owlet Lodge, Abra Patricia, Amazonas Department, Peru. A tropical premontane forest (mid-elevation cloud forest) at ca. 2,000 m (6,562 ft) elevation.
  12. Flannel Moth

    Flannel Moth

    Flannel Moth (Megalopygidae) Photographed at Owlet Lodge, Abra Patricia, Amazonas Department, Peru. A tropical premontane forest (mid-elevation cloud forest) at ca. 2,000 m (6,562 ft) elevation.
  13. Blue-capped Tanager

    Blue-capped Tanager

    Blue-capped Tanager (Thraupis cyanocephala subsp. cyanocephala) Sexes similar. Photographed at Owlet Lodge, Abra Patricia, Amazonas Department, Peru. A tropical premontane forest (mid-elevation cloud forest) at ca. 2,000 m (6,562 ft) elevation.
  14. Black-throated Tody Tyrant

    Black-throated Tody Tyrant

    Black-throated Tody Tyrant (Hemitriccus granadensis subsp. pyrrhops) Sexes similar. Photographed at Owlet Lodge, Abra Patricia, Amazonas Department, Peru. A tropical premontane forest (mid-elevation cloud forest) at ca. 2,000 m (6,562 ft) elevation.
  15. Riparian Parrotlet

    Riparian Parrotlet

    The typical parrotlet that can be found in estern tropical Andes
  16. Little Ground Tyrant

    Little Ground Tyrant

    Little Ground Tyrant (Muscisaxicola fluviatlis) Sexes similar. Photographed at Lago Pomacochas, Florida Pomacochas, Amazonas Department, Peru. Lake margin at 2,150 m (7,054) ft. elevation.
  17. Black-lored Yellowthroat (female)

    Black-lored Yellowthroat (female)

    Masked Yellowthroat (Geothlypis aequinoctialis subsp. peruviana) Female, species sexually dimorphic. Photographed at Lago Pomacochas, Florida Pomacochas, Amazonas Department, Peru. Lake margin at 2,150 m (7,054 ft.) elevation.
  18. Hooded Siskin (male)

    Hooded Siskin (male)

    Hooded Siskin (Spinus magellanicus) Male, species sexually dimorphic. Photographed at Lago Pomacochas, Florida Pomacochas, Amazonas Department, Peru. Lake margin at 2,150 m (7,054 ft) elevation.
  19. King of the Cattleyas

    King of the Cattleyas

    King of the Cattleyas (Catteya rex: Orchidaceae) Photographed at Moyobamba, Amazonas Department, Peru. Riparian, creekside. Overall area is a highly disturbed (deforested) rainforest at 860 m (2,822 ft) elevation.
  20. Swallow Tanager (male)

    Swallow Tanager (male)

    Swallow Tanager (Tersina viridis subsp. occidentalis) Male, species sexually dimorphic. Photographed east of Estadio Municipal de Calzada, Amazonas Department, Peru. Cleared pastureland with a few scattered trees at 850 m (2,789 ft) elevation.
  21. Golden-tailed Sapphire (male)

    Golden-tailed Sapphire (male)

    Golden-tailed Sapphire (Chrysuronia oenone subsp. josephinae) Male, species sexually dimorphic. Photographed at Moyobamba, Amazonas Department, Peru. A highly disturbed (deforested) rainforest at 860 m (2,822 ft) elevation.
  22. Black-faced Tanager

    Black-faced Tanager

    Black-faced Tanager (Schistochlamys melanopis subsp. grisea) Sexes similar. Photographed at Moyobamba, Amazonas Department, Peru. A highly disturbed (deforested) rainforest at 860 m (2,822 ft) elevation.
  23. Golden-tailed Sapphire (male)

    Golden-tailed Sapphire (male)

    Golden-tailed Sapphire (Chrysuronia oenone subsp. josephinae) Male, species sexually dimorphic. Photographed at Moyobamba, Amazonas Department, Peru. A highly disturbed (deforested) rainforest at 860 m (2,822 ft) elevation.
  24. Band-bellied Owl

    Band-bellied Owl

    Band Bellied Owl (Ulsatrix melanota subsp. melanota) Sexes similar. Photographed at Moyobamba, Amazonas Department, Peru. A highly disturbed (deforested) rainforest at 860 m (2,822 ft) elevation.
  25. Orange-banded Doctor

    Orange-banded Doctor

    Orange-banded Doctor (Ancyluris mira: Riodinidae) Wingspan 4.0-4.5 cm (1.6-1.8 in). Photographed along the edge of a canyon between Moyobamba and Tarapoto, Amazonas Department, Peru. A tropical premontane forest (lower-elevation rain forest) at ca. 892 m (2,927 ft) elevation.
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