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White-winged Tanager

Piranga leucoptera

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Fairly small tanager of humid evergreen and pine-oak forest in foothills and highlands. Found mainly in the canopy, usually in pairs or small groups that sometimes join mixed-species feeding flocks. Distinctive male is brilliant red with black mask and black wings with neat white wingbars. Female has same plumage pattern as male but is greenish and yellow overall. Calls are high lisping whistles.

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