Data for:
Bolivia
List:

Passeriformes > Pipridae

Band-tailed Manakin

Pipra fasciicauda

Sign in to see your badges

Identification

POWERED BY MERLIN

Small manakin of lowland rainforest. Males are bright yellow with black wings and back, red cap, and a variable red wash on breast; males also have a white tail band, which is most visible in flight. Females are dull yellow-olive with a slightly brighter yellow belly. Compared to other female manakins, females of this species have a white eye and are more yellow, with a yellower belly. Found in the understory of mature rainforest, as well as in bamboo. Listen for the male’s song, a descending “teew” whistle.

POWERED BY MERLIN

Statistics

Sign in to see your stats

Weekly Bar Chart

Choose a region to view Weekly Bar Chart

Range Map

Large map

Media

Top video

View all

Learn more about Band-tailed Manakin from…

Neotropical Birds

Life histories of all species breeding in Mexico, Central America, and South America