….a colorful species of jacamar (Galbulidae) which is known to occur in Bolivia, Brazial and Peru. Bluish-fronted jacamars typically occur in subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, and like other members of the family Galbulidae are insectivores. Hawking from a perch and catching insects in flight with its long-thin bill.
…a species of woodpecker (Picidae) which is native to central Bolivia and the pantanal region of southwestern Brazil. It is also known from central Paraguay and parts of the border region with northern Argentina. Pale-crested woodpeckers are known to typically inhabit subtropical or tropical dry forests as well as subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. Like most woodpeckers, pale-crested woodpeckers feed on insects which they excavate from tree bark.
…a small species of puffbird (Bucconidae), a group of birds allies with the woodpeckers and their allies, which occurs in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Panama, and Peru. In the western Amazon River Basin, it ranges from the Purus River in the southwest, the state of Amazonas to the Japura River in the northwest. Lanceolated monklets typically inhabit subtropical and tropical and sub/tropical montante forests.