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Paraíso Caño Hondo
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Passeriformes > Phaenicophilidae

Black-crowned Palm-Tanager

Phaenicophilus palmarum

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A slow-moving and occasionally tail-twitching species of woodland thickets and dense cover; often found in mixed-species flocks. Note its black face and crown that is boldly marked with white spots and contrasts sharply with an entirely white throat. The similar Gray-crowned Palm-Tanager has a gray crown and a gray center to the throat. Vocalizations include a high thin “tseeoo” and “ts” as well as a nasal “byu.”

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