Green-headed Tanager

A vivid example of the large Tangara genus of highly colored birds which gave the tanagers their name, this species is usually seen in parties. These often join larger flocks of mixed species that forage in woodland and shrubby areas, at all levels. 'The Green-headed 'Tanager favors the higher tree canopy, feeding on fruit and insects.

• NliST A compact, cup-shaped nest made of grass, hidden in the dense foliage in a tree or shrub.

• DISTRIBUTION S.E. Brazil to N.E. Argentina.

golden-green nape orange rump

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