Birds of the Yasuní

The Birds of the Yasuni Biosphere, the largest protected Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador, comprises the Yasuni National Park and the Waorani Anthropological Reserve.The Yasuní is part of the largest track forest in western Amazon Basin (Peru, Ecuador, Colombia and parts of Venezuela).

The Yasuní is part of the largest track forest in western Amazon Basin (Peru, Ecuador, Colombia and parts of Venezuela).

Birds living in the Yasuní

  • Hoatzin
  • Again Heron
  • Red-and-Green Macaw
  • Salvin’s Curassow
  • Napo Trumpeter
  • Fiery Topaz
  • Rufous Potoo
  • White-plumed Antbird
  • Hairy-crested Antbird
  • Harpy Eagle
  • Spotted Puffbird

“Approximately 600 bird species have been recorded in Yasuni forest alone. Continental United States and Canada combined have recorded approximately 925 species.”– Yasuni National Park