French: Tityre gris German: Schwarznackenbekarde Spanish: Titira colinegro occidental
Venezuela, Trinidad, the Guianas, E Colombia, N Brazil (Amazon and tributaries E to Pará and Amapá), E Ecuador, E Peru and N Bolivia.
19·5–22 cm; 60–80 g. Male has crown and sides of head to below eye black, bare rosy-red facial skin around eye and on lores; upperparts pale silvery white... read more
Generally not very vocal. Typical call a soft, buzzy and nasal grunting or croaking “ed... read more
Borders of humid lowland (terra firme and várzea) and foothill forest,... read more
Food and feeding
Mostly frugivorous; also takes a fair amount of insects, mostly for feeding to offspring. In pairs or in small, loosely connected groups,... read more
Nests in Mar (Meta), Jul and Nov (Leticia) and birds in breeding condition in Jun (Caquetá) in Colombia; nests in Feb, Mar and Nov... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Fairly common to common, although uncommon on Trinidad. Has a large range (estimated at 5,990,000 km²), within which extensive... read more
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