Andean Cock-of-the-Rock

Rupicola peruvianus

Body Length:Up to 13"
Weight:8–11 oz
Geographic Distribution:Along the Andes mountains in western South America; Venezuela, Columbia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia 
Habitat:Rocky cliffs and ravines near the rainforest
Wild Diet:Fruits and insects
Status in the Wild:Least Concern
Location:Feathers and Scales

Andean cocks-of-the-rock are sexually dimorphic: males have heads displaying bright orange-red plumage and black-and-white wings, while females are entirely a rusty brown. The male's crest often obscures their bill.

The Andean cock-of-the-rock is the national bird of Peru and has appeared on commemorative bank notes.