National Birds of the Americas

For each country in the Americas, can you name it's national bird?
Some countries don't have a national bird or it's not official, so they're not included
Trinidad and Tobago has two national birds. you'll have to guess them both!
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Country
Bird
Antigua and Barbuda
Magnificent frigatebird
Argentina
Rufous hornero
Bahamas
American flamingo
Belize
Keel-billed toucan
Bolivia
Andean condor
Brazil
Rufous-bellied thrush
Chile
Andean condor
Colombia
Andean condor
Costa Rica
Clay-colored thrush
Cuba
Cuban trogon
Dominica
Imperial amazon
Dominican Republic
Palmchat
Ecuador
Andean condor
El Salvador
Turquoise-browed motmot
Grenada
Grenada dove
Guatemala
Resplendant quetzal
Country
Bird
Guyana
Hoatzin
Haiti
Hispaniolan trogon
Honduras
Scarlet macaw
Jamaica
Doctor bird
Mexico
Golden eagle
Nicaragua
Turquoise-browed motmot
Panama
Harpy eagle
Paraguay
Bare-throated bellbird
Peru
Andean cock-of-the-rock
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Brown pelican
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
St Vincent parrot
Trinidad and Tobago
Cocrico
Scarlet ibis
United States
Bald eagle
Venezuela
Venezuelan troupian
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