Medium-sized, overall rusty-colored bird of evergreen forest edge and clearings in humid tropical lowlands. Usually seen as singles or pairs at middle to upper levels in rather open trees. Like other becards, tends to perch fairly upright, quietly craning its head forward to peer around. Male and female look alike. Smaller and slimmer than female Rose-throated Becard, with pale eyebrow and graduated tail feathers.
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