The Andean Cock-of-the-rock (Rupicola peruvianus) is a medium sized. Males have brilliant orange plumage and a large disc-like crest. Their tails and wings are black in colour and their wings have a row of pale grey feathers along the inside edge, so when they are folded they appear to have stripes down their back. Females are chestnut in colour and they have a much shorter crest.
- Where to see them: South America, Andes
- Length/Height: 1 ft
- Habitat: Tropical cloud rainforests
- Diet: Fruit and insects