• Black Rosy Finch

    Native to montane habitats in the western United States, the Black Rosy finch, Leucosticte atrata, was first identified as a unique species by Robert Ridgway in 1874.

  • Madagascar Jacana

    The Madagascar Jacana (Actophilornis albinucha) is an endemic Malagasy shorebird species in the family Jacanidae, one of eight living species in the family that typically colonize tropical and subtropical freshwater wetlands.  

  • The Harpy Eagle

    The Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja) is the largest Neotropical raptor species and among the largest eagles in the world, capable of capturing full-grown sloths and monkeys weighing up to 14 pounds.