Avistan new species of Ave Sol American by the sector of Machu Picchu village
Within the Bulletin no. 1 pertaining to 2016, the Ornithologists Union of Peru (UNOP) refers in pages 29 and 30 the finding have found for the first time the Ave del Sol American or also known as sungrebe within the historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu, which is extremely rare, because this bird spends its life in villages located between Mexico and Uruguay.
Within the article describes that in Peru, the bird is very rare, but its appearance in the Amazon is quite common, because it is found in lakes and rivers slow, still waters, this species would not have been seen within the historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu or any part of the Peruvian central Andes, until last November 5, 2015, the date on which the first sighting of this species was in the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu.
The sighting of this species of bird, new in the sanctuary, came when he was swimming in a sector of lentic waters of the river Vilcanota, which could be seen with binoculars for about 15 minutes for who would be the author of the article published in the bulletin.
After the first sighting Ornithologists' Union of Peru (UNOP), could register a second sighting in the slow waters of the lagoon Piuray, in the district of Chinchero, which would suggest that a number of these birds would have been by these sectors during their pilgrimage.