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Birds 2

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Transcript of Birds 2

Carlos Castillo
María Isabel Chavez
Almendra Madrid 9 must-see
birds in Peru! Condor Macaw-lick Andean
Cock-of-the-Rock "Inca tern is the only member of
the genus Lanosterna." Inca Tern Rufous-Crested
Coquette "The only flamingo with yellow
legs and three-toed feet" Andean flamingo Taxonomy:
Vultur Gryphus

Description:
Weight: 11.3 kg
Plumage: black and white
Alimentation: dead animals

Distribution:
The Andes in South America (Colca Canyon). "100.000 people travel yearly to Colca Canyon near Arequipa to see the mighty Condor" Taxonomy:
Ara macao
Ara ararauna

Description:
Weight: 900 a 1500g
Plumage: Red, yellow and blue
Yellow and blue
Alimentation:fruits, nuts
and seeds.

Distribution: Tambopata area near Tambopata Research Center and Manu at Blanquillo near in vicinity of several lodges. "It is widely regarded
as the national
bird of Peru" Taxonomy:
Rupicola peruviana

Description:
Weight: 235g
Plumage: Orange and black(male)
Yellow and black(female)
Alimentation: wild fruits

Distribution:
Amazon of Colombia Ecuador and Peru. Taxonomy:
Lanosterna Inca

Description:
Size: 41cm
Plumage: dark grey plumes and dark red legs.
Alimentation: small fish, such as anchores.

Distribution:
Humbolt current coast of Peru and Chile. Hoatzin "This penguin receive his name after
the cold water, current it swims in,
was called Humboldt current." Humboldt Penguin Torrent duck Taxonomy:
Lophornis delattrei

Description:
Size: 7.5 - 8 cm
Plumage: Brown and green.
Alimentation: Nectar, spiders and insects

Distribution:
In Peru you could watch them in Manu national park. Taxonomy:
Phoenicopterus andinus

Description:
Weight: 1.9 - 3kg
Plumage: Pink, white and black.
Alimentation: fish, vascular plants and miscroscopic algae.

Distribution:
Andes from southern Peru to northwestern Argentina. "This particular bird has
2 stomachs and
it is called the stink bird" Taxonomy:
Opisthocomus Hoazin

Description:
Weight: 816g
Plumage:
Alimentation:plant, flowers and fruits.

Distribution:
South America Amazon lands (Peru). Taxonomy:
Spheniscus Humboldti

Description:
Weight: 3.6 - 5.9kg
Skin: Black and white.
Alimentation: fish

Distribution:
Pacific coast Taxonomy:
Merganetta armata

Description:
Size: 43-46 cm
Plumage: red and dark
Alimentation:
insects,molluscs and crustaceans

Distribution:
Andes of South America
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