Gray-winged Cotinga

The Gray-winged Cotinga is classified as Vulnerable (VU), considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild.

nothing about the gray-winged cotinga, other that that its closest relative is the black-and-gold cotinga. ... Cotingidae: 4636, Phibalura flavirostris, Swallow-tailed Cotinga. 4637, Tijuca atra, Black-and-gold Cotinga. 4638, Tijuca condita, Gray-winged Cotinga. ... AvesFoto: Antbird, Itatiaia Thistletail, Pallid Spinetail, Serra-do-Mar Tyrannulet, Eye-ringed Tody-Tyrant, Velvety Black-Tyrant, Black-and-Gold Cotinga, and Buff ... AvesFoto: ... More

sites for the extremely rare Gray-winged Cotinga, and there is also a population of Itatiaia Thistletail here. Other high altitude species include Plovercrest, Large-tailed Antshrike, Rufous-tailed Antbird, Mouse-coloured Tapaculo, Black-and-gold Cotinga, Highland Elania, Serra do Mar Tyrannulet, Blue-billed and Velvety Black-Tyrants, Shear-tailed Gray Tyrant, Rufous-crowned Greenlet, Hooded Berryeater, Diademed Tanager and Bay-chested Warbling-Finch. Swallow-tailed Cotinga, Dusky-tailed Antbird and Red-legged Seriema are present lower down on the mountain, as are Ochre-bellied Flycatcher and Red-rumped Cacique. More

endangered Gray-winged Cotinga, a rarity found only at higher elevations. There are no guarantees of seeing the bird, but this is one of the few places it can be found. It's best seen scanning the Elfin forest treetops from the peak, so if the mist comes in, it's not likely to be found. More

Gray-winged Cotinga has been on the hillside opposite the first camp site. The lower part of the park is also open to visitors, the entrance being on the right about one third of the way up the “serra” from Rio to Teresópolis. The habitat is good but the trails are short and there is a lot of noise from the road. The avifauna here is lowland, very different from that of the high elevations of the park. More

be a sighting of 3 Gray-winged Cotingas on our High Altitude Trail excursion last Sunday. Gray-winged Cotinga© Hop Hopkins Other highlights have included: Lodge grounds: Mantled Hawk, Maroon-bellied Parakeet, Plain Parakeet, Brazilian Ruby, Sombre Hummingbird, Saw-billed Hermit, Frilled Coquette, Spot-billed Toucanet, Saffron Toucanet, Crescent-chested Puffbird, Yellow-eared Woodpecker, Thrush-like Woodcreeper, Spot-breasted Antvireo, Sharp-tailed Streamcreeper, Scaled Antbird, Black-cheeked Gnateater, Blue Manakin, Chestnut-bellied Euphonia, Green-headed, Red-necked, Golden Chevroned, Brazilian and Ruby-crowned Tanagers. More

after Gray-winged Cotinga had been seen in the past. It was very quiet bird wise so after awhile some of us decided to continue the walk up the hill to search more of the sprawling habitat. Just a few steps up from the corner, a pair of Yellow-browed Woodpeckers showed well and then Janice spotted a Diademed Tanager which gave very close views. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Cotingidae
Genus : Tijuca
Species : condita
Authority : Snow, 1980