French: Organiste plombé German: Grauorganist Spanish: Eufonia plúmbea
du Bus de Gisignies
la Nouvelle-Grenade; error = Guyana
E Colombia (Serranía Chiribiquete E to Vichada and Guainía), N Brazil (upper R Negro), and Venezuela S of R Orinoco E to French Guiana; small isolated populations in NE Peru (San Martín; possibly also N Loreto) and N Brazil in Amazonas (W of lower R Negro) and S Amapá.
9 cm; 8·7–9·5 g. Small, plain euphonia lacking yellow forehead; bill short and stubby. Male has entire head down to throat and upper chest and entire upperparts glossy dark... read more
Often heard calls include a single clear whistled “wheet”, or doubled “dee-dee” and “dee, dee-dee... read more
Occupies open scrubby woodland, savanna-forest borders, bushes and scattered trees in savanna, and... read more
Food and feeding
Feeds mainly on small fruits and berries; unlike some congeners, seems not to show any particular affinity for mistletoe berries (... read more
Apparently no information available.
Resident. Believed to wander rather widely seasonally, hence can be erratic and unpredictable in... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon to fairly common; widely, if rather sparsely, distributed across white-sand regions of Roraiman and Guianan areas. Occurs in several large... read more
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