Cusco Birdwatching: The Many-colored Rush tyrant (Tachuris rubrigastra)
Are you thinking of traveling to the city of Cusco? Do you know that Cusco was in fourth position all over the world in the last Global Big Day? Do you know that birdwatching in Cusco is very easy?
The Many-colored Rush tyrant (Tachuris rubrigastra) is maybe one of the most colorful wetland birds in South America. This bird can be found in Peru, Chile, Uruguay, Bolivia, Argentina, Brasil and Paraguay
In Cusco it is very easy to find the Many-colored Rush Tyrant (Tachuris rubrigastra).
It is possible to see it in almost every lagoon where exist reeds.
It is especially found in the wetlands of Huacarpay, located at just 30 minutes from the city of Cusco (Perú)
This is a bird that belongs to the tyrannidae family. It is of small size (10.5 cms or 4 inches) and is definitely very colorful.