French: Tangara à ventre marron German: Orangebauch-Bergtangare Spanish: Tangara ventricastaña
P. L. Sclater
E slope of Andes in Peru (from SE La Libertad) S to Bolivia (La Paz and Cochabamba).
15 cm; 25–33 g. A small tanager, mainly dull blue above and rufous below, with small bill. Has crown medium sky-blue with slight frosty sheen (pale feather edges), bordered... read more
In general not a persistent singer. Song in Peru a clear, whistled “peee paay”; in Bolivia (... read more
Dense humid and wet montane forest, elfin woodland, thickets, and gaps and borders in broken... read more
Food and feeding
Arthropods and berries. Normally found singly or in pairs, infrequently three or occasionally more individuals, alone or, more often, with... read more
Local or seasonal movements believed likely, although none reported.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon. Distributed along montane and tree-line Andean habitats from N Peru S to C Bolivia. Occurs in various protected areas, including Tingo... read more
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