|Red-headed Manakin (Pipra rubrocapilla)
The Red-headed Manakin is distributed in the Amazon Basin south of the river Amazon with a disjunct population in eastern Brazil. It is found in low to middle levels of forest and woodland.
|The male has a red head, dull pink legs, red thighs (which you can see on the right-hand bird in the first photo), a squarish tail and a brown iris. The female is olive above and slightly paler below with a darker brown iris.
I think that the 4th photo is of an immature male given that there is a hint of red showing through.
|The 5th photo shows 3 males displaying. This performance went on for at least 20 minutes and involved mainly wing stretching.
There is an illustration in Clements & Shany, Plate 84.
|For an article and videos of manakin (mainly red-capped) displays see http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/deepjungle/episode1_bostwick.html|