French: Viréon olivâtre German: Olivvireo Spanish: Verdillo oliváceo
Junín area, Peru
E slope of Andes in Ecuador (Napo S to Zamora-Chinchipe) and Peru (Cajamarca, S Amazonas, San Martín, and from Huánuco S to N Junín).
12 cm; 11–13 g. Top of head and entire upperparts, including upperwing and tail, are dull olive-green, appearing brighter and more yellowish on forehead; overall... read more
Song is described as a distinctive, loud "twee-twee-twee" or "suwee-suwee-suwee", with up to a... read more
Inhabits forest edge, overgrown clearings, and second growth; recorded from 600 m up to 1700 m.
Food and feeding
No data on items of diet. Usually found while foraging unobtrusively, alone or in pairs; occasionally in association with other species.
Adults feeding newly fledged young in Jun in Peru (San Martín). No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon to fairly common, but local, over much of range. Poorly known.
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