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Chestnut-crowned Becard

Pachyramphus castaneus

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Medium-sized becard found at the edges of humid forests, woodlands, and gallery forests where it tends to perches on exposed branches. It has a chestnut crown contrasting with a broad gray band around the eyes and a cinnamon face and underparts. Sexes similar. The song is a soft musical whistled “teeuw-teeu-teeu.”

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