Genus Sturnella


Peruvian Red-breasted Meadowlark - To see the range of the Peruvian Meadowlark click on the link here:


Pampas Meadowlark - The Pampas Meadowlark is a species of bird in the Icteridae family. It is found in Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay.

Long-tailed Meadowlark - It is 25 to 28 cm long with a fairly long tail and a long, pointed bill. The male is mostly dark brown with blackish streaking. The breast and throat are bright red and there is a white spot on the face near the base of the bill. The bold supercilium is white behind the eye and red in front of it. Females are paler than the males. The red markings are restricted to a wash on the belly and the supercilium and throat are buff.


Eastern Meadowlark - The Eastern Meadowlark, Sturnella magna, is a medium-sized icterid bird, very similar in appearance to the Western Meadowlark. It occurs from eastern North America to South America, where it is also most widespread in the east.


Red-breasted Blackbird - The Red-breasted Blackbird breeds from southwestern Costa Rica, which it has recently colonised, and Trinidad, south to northeastern Peru and central Brazil.

Prarie Lark - The Western Meadowlark is a medium-sized icterid bird, about 8.5 in long. It nests on the ground in open country in western and central North America. It feeds mostly on insects, but also seeds and berries. It has distinctive calls described as watery or flute-like, which distinguish it from the closely related Eastern Meadowlark.

White-browed Blackbird - The White-browed Blackbird breeds in northeastern Brazil and in southern South America from southwestern Brazil through Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina. Southern populations are partially migratory.

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Icteridae
Genus : Sturnella