This unusual cormorant stands out from others of the species in that it doesn’t spread its wings to dry out.
The southern screamer’s range extends from Peru through the south of Brazil to Uruguay and northern Argentina.
The largest bird in the Americas, never mind in South America, roams the open grasslands of Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina.
This bird of prey is found from southern Brazil, through Uruguay and is very common in Argentina and Chile.
With its puffed-out red throat pouch during the breeding season, this largest of the frigate birds is immediately recognizable.
This unusual seabird is notable for its white “Salvador Dali” mustache and reddish claws and beak.
Among the world’s very largest flying birds, the Andean Condor has a wingspan of over ten feet.
With more than a million breeding pairs, the King Penguin is not a rarity among South America’s birds.
With a yellow-orange beak one third longer than its entire body, the toco toucan is a wonderful sight.