Brazil is one of the countries with the richest diversity of avifauna. There are more than 1800 species of birds in this country. Moreover, a significant part of their species composition is endemic (lives exclusively in Brazil). Some species are quite rare, it is a great fortune to see them. For example, only fifteen individuals of Stresemann’s topakolo were counted over several decades.
On the territory of Brazil, such orders of birds are common as: nandu-shaped, anseriformes, chicken-shaped, petrel-shaped, flamingo-shaped, booby-shaped and others.
As can be seen from the article in Brazil, a very wide species diversity of birds. The exact number of species is unknown, as new ones are discovered every year. However, some of them die out with depressing regularity. A lot of feathered inhabitants are on the verge of extinction due to deforestation for pastures and human agricultural activities.
At the same time, there are 72 national park-reserves on the territory of the state, designed to protect and protect the flora and fauna of the country.