The National Birds of Latin America
Who are the national birds of Latin America?
Below is a list of the national birds from all of the Latin American Countries. Including the national birds of the following Latin American countries: Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuadador, Venezuela, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Peru, Chile, Guyana, and Haiti. Most species in the list are officially designated. Some species hold only an “unofficial” status.
National Bird Day takes place every year on January 5 in the United States and was inspiration for this blog post.
4. Turquoise-Browed Motmot | Nicaragua & El Salvador
What is Nicaragua’s and El Salvador’s national bird?
The national bird of Nicaragua is the Turquoise-browed Motmot. It is also the national bird of El Salvador.
10. Puerto Rican Spindalis | Puerto Rico
What is Puerto Rico’s national bird?
The national bird of Puerto Rico is the Puerto Rican Spindalis. Puerto Rico is part of the United States, however, previously an independent Latin American Country.
11. Hispaniolan Trogon | Haiti
What is Haiti’s national bird?
The national bird of Haiti is the Hispaniolan trogon. It is somewhat similar in appearance to the national bird of Cuba, the Cuban Trogon.
12. Andean Condor | Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Chile
What is the national bird of Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Chile?
The Andean Condor is the national bird of Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Chile.
20. Imperial Eagle | Spain
What is Spain’s national bird?
The national bird of Spain is the Imperial Eagle. Although, Spain is not part of Latin America we decided to include it because of its deep roots in Latin America.
Since we are based in Minnesota, below are the national bird of the United States and the state bird of Minnesota.