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Black-cheeked Gnatcatcher, a Brazilian endemic: Photo by Victor Castanho

Welcome to our guide to the birds of Brazil! Nestled in South America, Brazil is a vast and biodiverse nation known for its stunning array of bird species. From the lush Amazon rainforest to the sprawling Pantanal wetlands, Brazil offers a rich tapestry of habitats that support a diverse avian population. In this section, you’ll embark on an exciting journey through informative guides designed to help you identify and appreciate the birds commonly found across Brazil’s varied landscapes. From vibrant parrots to majestic raptors, Brazil’s birdlife showcases a fascinating spectrum of colors, shapes, and behaviors. Whether you’re planning a birdwatching adventure in Brazil or simply intrigued by its avian diversity, we invite you to explore our guides and uncover the enchanting world of Brazilian birds.

  • Total species: 1,903
  • Endemics: 240
  • National bird: Rufous-bellied Thrush (Turdus rufiventris)