GUABAIRO DE PUERTO RICO
PUERTO RICAN NIGHTJAR
Video by Hilda Morales

Watch video here.
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Updated March 16, 2010.
  • Identification:  red eye, prominent
    white spots underneath, long
    straight bill
  • Genus Saurothera is exclusively of
    the Caribbean (other species in
    Hispaniola, Cuba, Jamaica)
PUERTO RICAN ENDEMIC AVIFAUNA
Pictures and videos of our avifauna.
This video was recorded in
one of the roads of Guánica
Forest.  The Puerto Rican
Nightar is a rare night bird
that is mostly heard, but not
seen.  We encourage
birders not to use
playbacks to find the bird.

If you are birding during
daylight and you hear the
Nightjar, please keep
walking on the trail as quite
as possible and avoid
stressing this rare
endangered species.
LLOROSA DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Tanager

PÁJARO BOBO MAYOR DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Lizard Cuckoo

MUCARITO DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Screech Owl

COTORRA (IGUACA) DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Parrot

COMEÑAME DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Bullfinch

CALANDRIA DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto RIcan Oriole

MARIQUITA DE PUERTO RICO
Yellow-Shouldered Black Bird

CARPINTERO DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Woodpecker

REINITA MARIPOSERA
Adelaide´s Warbler

REINITA DE BOSQUE ENANO
Elfin Woods Warbler

REINA MORA DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Spindalis

SAN PEDRITO DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Tody

ZUMBADOR VERDE
Green Mango

ZUMBADORCITO DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Emerald

JUÍ DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Flycatcher

BIENTEVEO DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Vireo

GUABAIRO DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Nightjar

BOBITO DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Pewee

CLÉRIGO DE PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rican Loggerhead Kingbird
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Depending on the taxonomy group you follow, we have
the 19 endemic species.  A link to the endemic
subspecies of Puerto Rico will be added in the future.