Rose-throated Becard

Rose-throated Becard

The Rose-throated Becard (Pachyramphus aglaiae) lives from southeast Arizona and south Texas to Costa Rica. Its place is in canopy of deciduous woods and evergreen gallery forest, and scrubby second growth. Its measures are 16 cm (6 inches) in height and 33 g in weight.

Pileum glossy black, and rest of upperparts are blackish-slate. Below is slate-gray, darkest on breast, with at most a faint tinge of rose on throat. Upper mandible black, lower blue-gray, and legs are plumbeous. Its diet is based on insects like caterpillars, and fruits.

Common Name: Rose-throated Becard
Scientific Name: Pachyramphus aglaiae
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