French: Bécarde verte German: Gelbbrustbekarde Spanish: Anambé dorsiverde
NE, WC & S Brazil (from Ceará and Rio Grande do Norte S to Tocantins, S Mato Grosso and Rio Grande do Sul), E & S Bolivia (NE Santa Cruz S to E Chuquisaca and Tarija), Paraguay, N Argentina (S to Tucumán, Santa Fe and Entre Ríos) and N & E Uruguay.
14·5–16·2 cm; 18–21 g (two males). Male has glossy black crown, whitish lores, face and throat, narrow yellowish eyering; sides of head, and neck... read more
Typical song a series of 12–19 melodic whistles, “trididideédeédeé... read more
Tall moist to humid forest, lighter woodland, gallery forest, edges, shrubby borders, and clearings... read more
Food and feeding
Insects, but also occasionally some fruits, e.g. Alchornea triplinervia (Euphorbiaceae). Observed singly or in pairs, partners... read more
Season Oct–Dec in Argentina; mid Oct in SE Paraguay; active nests in Nov–Dec in Minas Gerais and Oct and Nov in Rio de Janeiro... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Uncommon to locally fairly common, with records in numerous protected areas and a very large range (estimated at 6,260,000 km... read more
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