French: Ortalide à sourcils German: Gelbbrauenguan Spanish: Chachalaca cejuda
G. R. Gray
NE Brazil S of R Amazon, from NE Pará and Maranhão E to NW Ceará, and S to N Tocantins and W Piauí.
42–46 cm. Smallest Ortalis, and only one with superciliary streak, which varies individually from buffy white to pale cinnamon. Facial skin dark slate. Neck,... read more
No published information, but vocalizations generally typical of Ortalis; compared to... read more
Thickets of scrub and forest, in lowlands, including in heavily degraded areas.
Food and feeding
No published information available, but observed foraging on palm fruits of Euterpe oleracea (Arecaceae) and also seen feeding on... read more
All data from around Belém (Pará state). Season Dec–Feb in one study, but nests also recorded in Jun, Jul and Nov. One... read more
No information available, but presumably sedentary.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Formerly treated as Near Threatened and population preliminary estimated at c. 10,000 individuals over range of 389,000 km².... read more
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