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Black-capped Becard

Pachyramphus marginatus

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Medium-sized pied becard mostly found in the canopy in the interior of humid forests where it typically accompanies mixed-species flocks. Males are gray below with a black crown, back, and tail. The tail and wings have white edges. Females are yellowish below and olive-green above with a chestnut crown, tail, and wings. Sings a repetitive and sad “teeu, whee-doo-weet.”

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