French: Paruline ceinturée German: Halsband-Waldsänger Spanish: Candelita collareja
Other common names:
S. F. Baird
San José, Costa Rica
N Costa Rica S to WC Panama.
13 cm; 10·5 g. Distinctive whitestart. Has face and throat yellow, isolating dark eye, rufous crown patch with black border; upperparts grey; tail blackish-grey,... read more
Song a series of ringing "chee" notes with trills and warbles often intermixed; similar... read more
Montane forest, especially of oak (Quercus), brushy ravines, forest edges, and highland... read more
Food and feeding
Feeds on insects. Forages at all levels. Uses gleaning and flycatching, and frequently darts out to catch insects disturbed by other birds... read more
Egg-laying in Mar–May. Nest a domed structure with side entrance, made from dried bamboo leaves, other fibrous vegetation and scales... read more
Primarily sedentary; may make some localized altitudinal movements, descending to 1500 m in... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Costa Rica and Panama Highlands EBA. Common throughout its rather limited range. No population estimates... read more
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