Black-fronted Piping Guan (Pipile jacutinga) - photo by Bruno Girin, via Wikipedia; This endangered bird occurs in Atlantic forests in Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. It is a large bird, 24.5 to 29 long, with a thin neck and small head. It is mainly black with a bluish gloss and white wing patches. The large crest is whitish, and it has a red throat wattle with a dark blue patch at the front. Its naked whitish eye-ring and black-feathered face and forehead are unique in its genus.