|Black-faced Tanager Schistoclamys melanops
|Serra de Carajás, Pará, Brazil
The Black-faced Tanager is distributed in South America north of the Tropic of Capricorn and mostly east of the Andes. It appears to be absent from Central Amazonia and the interior of north-east Brazil. It is found in open areas with bushes and low scrubby trees such as cerrado where it feeds on fruits, berries, seeds and some insects such as ants.
|It is mainly grey with a black forehead, face and bib. The bill is blue-grey with a darker tip.|