French: Tyranneau de Hellmayr German: Fahlbinden-Tachurityrann Spanish: Piojito de los pinos
Cocapata, Cochabamba, Bolivia
Andes from SE Peru (N Puno) S to NW Argentina (Jujuy).
11 cm; 10–11 g. Has thin white supercilium, faint blackish eyestripe, whitish face; medium-grey crown contrasting with greenish-olive upperparts, rump and uppertail-... read more
A series of 4 clear, whistled notes, each inflected upwards.
Humid montane evergreen forest, especially mossy cloudforest, also Podocarpus forest;... read more
Food and feeding
Little known. Usually forages alone, often in mixed-species flocks. Moves actively, with horizontal posture, in outer foliage; makes... read more
Juvenile in May in Bolivia. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon. Occurs in every protected area in Bolivian Yungas and S to NW Argentina (Calilegua National Park).
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