French: Organiste à sourcils jaunes German: Goldbrauenorganist Spanish: Clorofonia cejidorada
Mountains of Costa Rica and W Panama (Chiriquí and Veraguas).
13 cm; c. 24 g. Short-tailed, short-billed, chunky tanager with predominantly green-and-yellow plumage. Male has forehead and long broad supercilium golden-yellow, centre of... read more
In Costa Rica, call described as a soft, lamenting “koow” or “keeeu”; contact calls include variety... read more
In canopy and along borders of tall, wet forest (cloudforest), especially mossy, epiphyte-laden... read more
Food and feeding
Mainly fruits of mistletoes (of genera Gaiadendron, Psittacanthus), berries of Ericaceae, Araceae, Marcgraviaceae and... read more
Season Feb–Jun in Costa Rica; second nesting may be attempted within two weeks of fledging of first brood. Nest built by both sexes, a... read more
Not well documented. Small groups wander somewhat when not breeding. Some seasonal elevational... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Costa Rica and Panama Highlands EBA. Fairly common to locally common in Costa Rica; uncommon in Panama. Has... read more
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