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White-collared Jay

Cyanolyca viridicyanus

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Handsome small jay of montane Andean forest. Slender and long-tailed, without a crest; overall dark blue with a black face and throat, thin white eyebrow, and white chest arc. Forages at mid-height in mossy forest, often in pairs or small groups. Listen for its repeating whistled call and harsher nasal calls.

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