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7 1 Scarlet-shouldered Parrolet

Scarlet-shouldered Parrolet

by ceherzogProvincia de Orellana, Ecuador

The birds are gleaning minerals from the Clay licks

0 1 Amazon Kingfishers

Amazon Kingfishers

by PaavoMTena, Provincia de Napo, Ecuador

Kingfisher, which lives in Central and South America

12 12 Wild Cocoa

Wild Cocoa

by birdlady6000García Moreno, Orellana, Ecuador

flowers growing directly from the trunk of the tree - so unusual! deep pink ...

6 4 Spotting

Spotting

by hoppy4840Tena, Napo, Ecuador

Unknown wasp/ fly? Very colorful (as you can see), diurnal and holding still ...

5 2 Green and rufous kingfisher

Green and rufous kingfisher

by AmazonWorkshopsIndiana, Loreto, Peru

Smaller kingfisher with beautiful green and rufous colors. Note the large head ...

3 3 Proboscis Bat

Proboscis Bat

by Cody.conwayParroquia Nuevo Rocafuerte, Provincia de Orellana, Ecuador

considerable digging, I did not confirm this ID anywhere. Photographed off the ...

1 0 wire tailed manakin

wire tailed manakin

by AmazonWorkshopsIquitos, Peru

beautiful manakin about the size of a wren. Note the long wire-like tail ...

7 2 Giant Anteater

Giant Anteater

by bayuccaIndiana, Loreto, Peru

Giant Anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla), juvenile, Sucsari Creek, Rio

0 1 Black-mantled tamarin

Black-mantled tamarin

by drmoBelén, Loreto, Peru

This monkey has reddish-orange rump and thighs and a patch of marble, black and ...

4 5 Black-capped squirrel monkey

Black-capped squirrel monkey

by Rustic 41Indiana, Loreto, Peru

along the Rio Napo

1 0 Spotting

Spotting

by J.S. GeigerAhuano, Napo, Ecuador

Very large. Leg span at longest point over 9 inches.

4 7 Common Potoo

Common Potoo

by AmazonWorkshopsIndiana, Loreto, Peru

Check out the amazing mimicry on this bird! The common potoo spends the ...