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Common Chlorospingus

Chlorospingus flavopectus

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Active, social little bird of humid evergreen and pine-evergreen forest in foothills and highlands. Usually in small, twittering groups (at times up to 40 birds), moving at all levels through forest and edge, often at fruiting trees and bushes; commonly a core member of mixed-species feeding flocks. Rather drab but distinctive, with dull greenish upperparts, grayish to brownish head (varies regionally), and bold white patch behind the eye. Formerly known as Common Bush-Tanager.

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