Cinnamon Becard

Cinnamon Becard

The Cinnamon Becard (Pachyramphus cinnamomeus) lives from southeast Mexico to northwest Ecuador and northwest Venezuela. Its place is in edges and breaks, along rivers and streams, mangroves, open woodland, and semi-open. Adults are 14 cm (5 inches) in height and 22 g in weight.

Both sexes are rufous. Its upperparts are rufous to rufous-tawny. Below is cinnamon- buff to tawny-buff, tinged with rufous along breast. Upper mandible blackish, lower gray, and legs dark gray. It eats insects like beetles, katydids, homopterans, ants, caterpillars, also spiders, and fruits.

Common Name: Cinnamon Becard
Scientific Name: Pachyramphus cinnamomeus
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