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Cinereous Becard

Pachyramphus rufus

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This small becard is fairly widespread in lowlands and foothills in northern South America. Males are gray, slightly paler below, with contrasting black cap and relatively plain wings. Females mostly rich rufous with paler lores and a whitish belly. Not a forest bird; found in more open woodland, edges, and second-growth. Usually seen in pairs.

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