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Hooded Berryeater

Carpornis cucullata

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Big and chunky rainforest cotinga with a long tail. Found in the canopy of montane forests where it can be locally common, but hard to see. Striking plumage with a black head, yellow collar and belly, and a chestnut back with black and yellow edging to the wings. The iris is dark brown. Females are similar but duller. The song is a distinctive and far-carrying explosive whistled “wreep-wrepoo.”

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