Ecuadorian Seedeater Amaurospiza aequatorialis

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Scarce and very local. A rather plain, easily overlooked, small seed-eating bird. Usually found as singles or pairs in association with seeding bamboo in forested areas from lowlands to highlands, perhaps most numerous at mid-elevations. Male is dull dark bluish and female is rich brown overall. Note the stout grayish bill with curved culmen. Listen for sharp metallic chips and sweet warbling song.

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