French: Habia à lunettes German: Gelbbrauenkardinal Spanish: Tangara olivácea
Río Truandó, north-west Colombia
Pacific slope in extreme E Panama (SE Darién S & E of R Chepo and R Chucunaque) and W Colombia (E along N base of Andes to Magdalena Valley in Antioquia, and in Pacific lowlands) S to NW Ecuador (N Esmeraldas).
17 cm; 36–41 g. Robust species with conspicuous “spectacles” and strong, heavy bill, but dingy plumage. Male is uniformly dark olive above, including head, upperwing and tail... read more
Song, mainly at dawn, a long, rapid series of notes that begins softly, then rapidly becomes much... read more
Lower levels of wet lowland and foothill forest and adjacent second growth, especially along... read more
Food and feeding
Two stomachs contained animal matter, another had both animal and plant material; contents included parts of ants (Formicidae),... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon to locally fairly common in Colombia; decidedly less numerous at S end of range in extreme NW Ecuador. Occurs in a few protected areas,... read more
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