French: Tangara à ventre roux German: Braunbauchtangare Spanish: Tangara sencilla
Tambillo, Cajamarca, Peru
Extreme SE Ecuador (extreme upper R Marañón drainage near Zumba, in S Zamora-Chinchipe) and NC Peru (middle and upper R Marañón and upper R Huallaga/R Utcubamba, in W Amazonas and Cajamarca).
13 cm; 14–17 g. Rather plain thin-billed tanager with rufous cap. Male has crown and nape rich dark cinnamon-rufous, contrasting with uniformly olive-grey upper... read more
Dawn song a thin, high “ti, sit, seet seet, suueet suueet, seet seet seet, sit sit” or... read more
Dry, shrubby semi-arid second growth, light canopy of dry forest, dry scrub and brush along rivers... read more
Food and feeding
Mostly small arthropods. Occurs in pairs and in small family groups. Forages at various heights, often quite near ground, and ranges out... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Marañón Valley EBA. Uncommon to locally fairly common. Utilizes dry woodland and secondary and degraded... read more
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