French: Tyranneau de Parker German: Zimtgesicht-Laubtyrann Spanish: Orejerito de Parker
Fitzpatrick and Stotz
Hacienda Amazonía, Madre de Dios, Peru
Forested E Andes from C Peru (Huánuco and Pasco) S to N Bolivia (La Paz, S Beni).
12 cm; 8 g. Has medium-grey crown, prominent cinnamon-rufous forehead and supraloral stripe becoming yellow to yellowish-white stripe behind eye; white nasal plumes, rufous... read more
Calls and sings frequently, with high, emphatic “tsit!” notes, occasionally delivered in rapid... read more
Montane evergreen forest, rarely venturing to forest edges; remains in highest portions of canopy... read more
Food and feeding
Arthropods. Stomach contents from SE Peru included 63 identified items, of which beetles (Coleoptera) 38%, homopteran bugs 18%,... read more
Birds with enlarged gonads, and presence of juveniles, in Nov in SE Peru, suggesting breeding Sept–Dec. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon to locally fairly common. Occurs along R Urubamba (below Machu Picchu) and in Manu National Park and Biosphere Reserve, in Peru, and Pilón... read more
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