(aka Plain Becard)
Brazilian name: Caneleiro-de-chapéu-preto
The Crested Becard is distributed south of the Amazon from the north-east of Brazil through central and southern Brazil to adjacent areas of Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia and Peru. There is also a disjunct population in south-east Ecuador.
|It is found in the canopy and
on the borders of woodland and forest and up to 3,500 metres in
The male, not shown here is dark grey above and light grey below. The female, seen here in photo 1, has a grey crown, a cinnamon face and rufous upperparts with dusky wings, yellowish-cinnamon throat and buffy underparts.
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