CUSCO AMAZÓNICO (1991)

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  • Lyre-tailed Nighjar flecha roja

    The Lyre-tailed Night jar is a bird which inhabits the cloud forest mainly in the East Andes; mostly nocturnal, the male has two long feathers in the tail three times its size, curving inwardly.

  • Golden-headed Quetzal flecha roja

    The Golden-headed Quetzal is a bird of the High montane forest with an emerald green color and a contrasting red belly; it could stay long perched in a branch, at mid-height of a tree,
    singing.

  • Variable Antshrike flecha roja

    The Variable Antshrike is a bird that inhabits the Eastern Andes; it is small and active; feeds on insects among the tree branches, has a repetitive bird call, and it could stay in a group of varied
    birds.

  • House Wren flecha roja

     The House Wren is one of the few birds which could be found all over Peru; with a brown color, it is possible to see it on the ground in parks and gardens, as well as at mid-height of trees.

  • Gray-breasted Woodwren flecha roja

     The Gray-breasted Wood wren is a bird of the High Montane Forest; like other wrens, it moves along the ground and bushes; it is possible to see them in pairs where they would sing in duets.

  • Inca Wren flecha roja

    The Inca Wren is a Peruvian endemic bird which inhabits the cloud forest of Cusco and Apurimac; it prefers the areas where bamboo grows, it is territorial; it is possible to see it in the area of Machu Picchu; it has a very particular bird song and like the Grey breasted woodwren, it sings duets with partner.

  • Russet-crowned Warbler flecha roja

     The Russet-crowned Warbler is a Montane cloud forest bird, very active and possible to see them in pairs, looking for food in low and médium height of trees, singing a particular tune; it is characterized for its brown stripe in the crown.

  • Rufous Collared Sparrow flecha roja

     The Rufous-collared sparrow is a very common bird in the Coastal and Andes regions; it is very adaptable to all types of conditions including those with human-population; it is possible to see them in urban areas, parks and gardens; its main characteristic is its black stripes along the length of its head and tiny crest.

  • Dusky-green Oropendola flecha roja

    The Dusky green Oropendola is a bird found in montane cloud forest from Huanuco to Puno; its bird call is described as liquid sound; it is characterized for its golden feathers that can be seen it lift its wings to fly; it weaves its nests hanging from the trees.

  • Lyre-tailed Nighjar flecha roja

    The Lyre-tailed Night jar is a bird which inhabits the cloud forest mainly in the East Andes; mostly nocturnal, the male has two long feathers in the tail three times its size, curving inwardly.

  • Golden-headed Quetzal flecha roja

    The Golden-headed Quetzal is a bird of the High montane forest with an emerald green color and a contrasting red belly; it could stay long perched in a branch, at mid-height of a tree,
    singing.

  • Variable Antshrike flecha roja

    The Variable Antshrike is a bird that inhabits the Eastern Andes; it is small and active; feeds on insects among the tree branches, has a repetitive bird call, and it could stay in a group of varied
    birds.

  • House Wren flecha roja

     The House Wren is one of the few birds which could be found all over Peru; with a brown color, it is possible to see it on the ground in parks and gardens, as well as at mid-height of trees.

  • Gray-breasted Woodwren flecha roja

     The Gray-breasted Wood wren is a bird of the High Montane Forest; like other wrens, it moves along the ground and bushes; it is possible to see them in pairs where they would sing in duets.

  • Inca Wren flecha roja

    The Inca Wren is a Peruvian endemic bird which inhabits the cloud forest of Cusco and Apurimac; it prefers the areas where bamboo grows, it is territorial; it is possible to see it in the area of Machu Picchu; it has a very particular bird song and like the Grey breasted woodwren, it sings duets with partner.

  • Russet-crowned Warbler flecha roja

     The Russet-crowned Warbler is a Montane cloud forest bird, very active and possible to see them in pairs, looking for food in low and médium height of trees, singing a particular tune; it is characterized for its brown stripe in the crown.

  • Rufous Collared Sparrow flecha roja

     The Rufous-collared sparrow is a very common bird in the Coastal and Andes regions; it is very adaptable to all types of conditions including those with human-population; it is possible to see them in urban areas, parks and gardens; its main characteristic is its black stripes along the length of its head and tiny crest.

  • Dusky-green Oropendola flecha roja

    The Dusky green Oropendola is a bird found in montane cloud forest from Huanuco to Puno; its bird call is described as liquid sound; it is characterized for its golden feathers that can be seen it lift its wings to fly; it weaves its nests hanging from the trees.

  • Videos flecha roja

     

    Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo
     
    Inkaterra La Casona
  • Music flecha roja

    Inkaterra has started to rescue and promote Peruvian living cultures and local music. Our objective is to provide a platform to encourage different artistic and cultural initiatives.

  • Ringtones flecha roja

    Download Bird Calls to your cell phones recorded from Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel and Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica. Bring the Andean cloud forest and the Amazon jungle sounds  with you wherever you go in your mobile phones. They’re free, like the birds!.

  • Wallpapers flecha roja

     

    Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
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    Inkaterra La Casona  Hacienda Concepción
  • User's Guide flecha roja

     

    Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
    Inkaterra La Casona
  • Fondos de Pantalla flecha roja

     

    Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
    Inkaterra La Casona
  • Fondos de Pantalla
  • Guías de Viaje flecha roja

     

    Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
    Inkaterra La Casona
  • Videos flecha roja

     

    Reserva Amazónica Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
    La Casona
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