French: Urotangara de Stolzmann German: Weißkehltangare Spanish: Tangara de Stolzmann
Other common names:
Taczanowski and Berlepsch
Hacienda San Rafael, 9000 feet [c. 2740 m], Volcán Tungurahua, Ecuador
Colombia in C Andes (Caldas and Cauca, and from Nariño) S to SC Ecuador (Tungurahua).
15 cm; 19–27 g (Ecuador). Rather short-billed species with slightly graduated tail. Has crown and side of head to well below eye black, upperparts to uppertail-coverts... read more
During foraging, high-pitched, soft “tsit”, “see”, “sic” and... read more
Dense wet forest, wooded borders, and stunted woodland up to tree-line, especially where many dense... read more
Food and feeding
Diet little known; apparently a mixture of insects and small berries and fruits. Occurs in groups of 3–6 individuals, occasionally up... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Central Andean Páramo EBA. Uncommon and local. Occurs in Puracé National Park, in Colombia; perhaps also in... read more
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