April 21, 2021

Here Are 23 Pics of Beautiful Birds Found in Peru

Last time we told you about this photographer who loves Latin America and its birds. After visiting Costa Rica, Ecuador, and Brazil Atlantic forests, he decided to visit Peru.

Peru is a country well-known for Machu Picchu and, trust me, it is every bit as amazing as they say it is! The scale, the grandeur, and the architecture are a marvelous experience to see. But since you all know me, you won’t be surprised when I tell you that that was my last day plan! My entire Peru tour was full of what I love to do-photographing birds. Peru is where photographers and bird watchers aspire to go. It is, after all, a country with the most diverse bird species and scenic views that have worldwide photographers stunned. It is a must-visit on every bird photographer’s bucket list. Peru is a birder’s paradise with the most beautiful avian treasury in the world. Peru is home to 20% of the world’s total bird species, along with the highest number of endemics in the world! And the count increases every day. It is abundant with so many beautiful destinations, and apart from the well-known heritage site Machu Picchu, I had to show you the birds the country boasts of! All photos were taken with my trusted Canon 1D X Mark II and 600 mm. Enjoy and let me know what you think! You can email me at info@supreetsahoo.com for any questions. Cheers, and stay safe!

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Red-Legged Cormorant

Marvelous Spatuletail

Sword-Billed Hummingbird

Bearded Moutaineer

Inca Tern

Black-Tailed Trainbearer

Marvelous Spatuletail Hummingbird

Rufous-Crested Coquette

Swallow Tanager

Golden-Tailed Sapphire

Black-Faced Dacnis

Marvelous Spatuletail Hummingbird

Inca Tern

Crimson-Mantled Woodpecker

Royal Sunangel Hummingbird

Bronzy Inca

Rufous-Crested Coquette

Andean Motmot

Grass-Green Tanager

Ochre-Fronted Antpittas

Squirrel Cuckoo

Silver-Backed Tanager

Collared Trogon

Related links: https://www.earthwonders.co/nature/brazilian-atlantic-forests-host-a-diverse-and-exotic-array-of-birds-here-are-some-of-them/