Silver-beaked Tanager - Ramphocelus carbo
Male Silver-beaked Tanagers, Ramphocelus carbo (Passeriformes - Thraupidae) are stunningly colored birds with velvety blackish-crimson heads and underparts, darker blackish-crimson upperparts and a bill that is black above and shining silvery white below. Females are a dull dark reddish brown with a brighter red rump. In poor light, these tanagers appear all dark with a white bill.
These South American birds are often seen in groups of six to ten individuals in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, and Venezuela.
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Photo credit: ©Jeff Dyck | Locality: Taracoa, Orellano, Ecuador (2014)