French: Solitaire varié German: Buntklarino Spanish: Solitario variado
Mount Pirri, near head of River Limón, eastern Panama
E Panama (from Serranía de Majé) and adjacent NW Colombia.
16–18 cm; 24–34 g. Has pale slate-grey head and underparts, smudgy blackish forehead, face and chin, warm brown mantle to upperwing-coverts and uppertail-coverts... read more
Song a leisurely series of drawn-out single notes or flute-like phrases with intervening pauses of... read more
Montane cloudforest in foothills and highlands, generally at 1100–1500 m; found also at c.... read more
Food and feeding
Few data. Sometimes joins tanagers (Thraupidae) and other birds in fruiting trees.
In Panama, breeding-condition bird in Apr, and full-grown juveniles and recently fledged young in late May and early Jun. No other... read more
Presumably sedentary; perhaps some elevational displacements.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Darién Highlands EBA. Generally fairly common to common throughout; in Panama, numerous on Cerro Pirre above... read more
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