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Silvery Tanager

Stilpnia viridicollis

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Compact tanager of mid-elevation montane forest. Males are black with lighter blue upperparts and flanks, darker blue wings, and an orange patch that extends through the throat and cheek; females are green with a dull orange head. Often forages in pairs with mixed-species flocks, preferring forest edges. Relatively vocal for a tanager, and often noticed through its long, high-pitched buzzy song.

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