|White-winged Diuca-finch Chionodacryon speculiferum
(aka Diuca speculifera)
Chilean name: Diuca de alas blancas
|Parque Nacional Lauca, Chile
The White-winged Diuca-finch is distributed in the high Andes of central and southern Peru, western Bolivia and the extreme north of Chile and Argentina. See the distribution map at Birdlife International. It is found at the borders of bofedal marshes at between 3,800m and 5,000m.
|It is grey above with black wings. It has a conspicuous white crescent below the eye, a white patch on the wing
and a white throat. The edges of the tail are also white.
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