French: Paruline à lores blancs German: Weißzügel-Waldsänger Spanish: Reinita embridada
Salvin and Godman
San José, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia
Santa Marta Mts, in N Colombia.
13·5 cm. Has central crown yellowish-orange, bordered laterally with blackish-grey, lores blackish-grey, bold white supraloral stripe and eye-crescents, rest of head... read more
Song consists of a short, fast series of sharp, high-pitched notes, similar to that of M.... read more
Inhabits humid forest, forest edge, well-developed second growth and shade coffee plantations;... read more
Food and feeding
Very little known. Presumably feeds mainly on insects and other arthropods. Forages at low to middle levels, mainly in undergrowth. Joins... read more
Birds in breeding condition in Apr–Jun. Nest a domed structure placed on ground on a bank or under tree roots. Clutch 3–4 eggs... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Santa Marta Mountains EBA. Listed as "Endangered" in Colombian... read more
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