Sietecolores (Tachuris rubrigastra) by Diego Reyes Arellano

The many-coloured rush tyrant, known in Spanish as "Siete colores" (Tachuris rubrigastra).

Diucón - Chile

Diucón - The fire-eyed diucon (Xolmis pyrope) is found in central and southern Chile, southwestern Argentina, and Tierra del Fuego. Vagrant birds have occurred just eastwards of Tierra del Fuego in the Falkland Islands

isla teja jardin botanico - Buscar con Google

isla teja jardin botanico - Buscar con Google

Loica

Loica

Siete-colores - Tachuris rubrigastra

The Many-coloured Rush Tyrant 'Tachuris rubrigastra' is a small passerine bird of South America belonging to the tyrant flycatcher family. Photo by Rodrigo Moraga

codorniz chilena

codorniz chilena

Woody Woodpecker...Credit: José Cañas Aravena

Woody Woodpecker...Credit: José Cañas Aravena

Chuncho with a mouse (Chile) Credit: Christopher Alex Momberg Pumarino

The austral pygmy owl (Glaucidium nana)

Aves en Talcahuano: PEQUEN (Athene cunicularia)

Aves en Talcahuano: PEQUEN (Athene cunicularia)

Tenca - AVES DE CHILE

Tenca - AVES DE CHILE

Chincol - AVES DE CHILE. Saw in my yard everyday in Chile.

Chincol - AVES DE CHILE. Saw in my yard everyday in Chile.

Chincol - AVES DE CHILE

Chincol - AVES DE CHILE

Tagüita común al desayuno

The spot-flanked gallinule (Porphyriops melanops)

Mirlo - AVES DE CHILE

Mirlo - AVES DE CHILE

Chercan - AVES DE CHILE

Chercan - AVES DE CHILE

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