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Passeriformes > Thraupidae

Golden-chevroned Tanager

Thraupis ornata

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Large blue and yellow tanager with a thinner bill than other similar species. Males are mostly blue with yellowish edges to the wing feathers and tail. Females are duller and grayer overall. Note the diagnostic yellow shoulder on both sexes. Found in the canopy of humid forests and forest edges, where it often accompanies mixed-species flocks or gathers in single species groups of up to 25 individuals.

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