|Olive-green Tanager Orthogonys chloricterus
Brazilian name: catirumbava
|Parque do Zizo, São Paulo, Brazil
The Olive-green Tanager is a Brazilian endemic distributed in the south-east of Brazil from Espírito Santo to Santa Catarina. It is found in the Atlantic Rain Forest and is usually seen in flocks in the canopy.
|It is a large tanager with a black bill and is olive-green above and olive-yellow below. The legs and feet are pinkish-yellow.
There are recordings on xeno-canto.