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  • proper n. A taxonomic genus within the family Accipitridae.


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  • Harpy eagle Harpia harpyia (R) also occurs in the park, as do Cayman crocodile Caiman crocodilus and American crocodile Crocodylus acutus (V).

    Darién National Park, Panama

  • Among these are the harpy eagle Harpia harpiya, whitefaced antcatcher Pithys albifrons and blackfaced antcreeper Myrmoborus myotherinus.

    Jaú National Park, Brazil

  • The powerful eagles Spizaetus tyrannus, Morphnus guianensis and Harpia harpyja, the critically endangered blue knobbed curassow Crax alberti, six species of macaws Ara ambigua, A. militaris, A. ararauna, A. macao, A. chloroptera, and A. severa, among others.

    Magdalena-Urabá moist forests

  • Over 375 birds have been recorded, notable species being king vulture Sarcoramphus papa, harpy eagle Harpia harpyia (LR), great curassow Crax rubra, crested guan Penelope purpurescens, scarlet macaw Ara macao, green macaw A. ambigua and military macaw A. militaris.

    Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve, Honduras

  • They include the harpy eagle Harpia harpyja, the largest raptor in South America, the savanna hawk Buteogallus meridionalis, the jabiru Jabiru mycteria, a large water bird; and the great tinamou, Tinamus major a large land bird.

    Canaima National Park, Venezuela

  • Also to be noted is the presence of the harpy eagle (Harpia harpyja), the black and white crowned eagle (Spizastur melanoleucus), which are increasingly rare in many areas of the Neotropics and possibly the speckled antshrike (EN) (Xenornis setifrons) although one has not been recorded in Colombia since the 1940s.

    Chocó-Darién moist forests

  • These include the harpy eagle (Harpia harpyja) and Great Curassow (Crax rubra).

    Western Ecuador moist forests

  • Larger species that have been nearly extirpated in the ecoregion owing to fragmentation and hunting include Tinamus major, Harpia harpyja, Penelope purpurascens, Crax rubra, and Ara ambigua.

    Western Ecuador moist forests

  • Among the avifauna, harpy eagles (Harpia harpyja), curassows (Mitu selvini), and white-browned guans (Penelope jacucaca) are found.

    Napo moist forests

  • Among these are the harpy eagle Harpia harpiya, whitefaced antcatcher Pithys albifrons andblackfaced antcreeper Myrmoborus myotherinus.

    Central Amazonian Conservation Complex, Brazil


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