Three-wattled Bellbird

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Three-wattled Bellbird

The Three-wattle Bellbird (Procnias tricarunculata) inhabits from East Honduras to West Panama. They frequent middle and upper levels of mountain forests during breeding season. Its measures are 30 cm (12 inches) in height and 220 g in weight.

Males have head, neck, and chest is entirely white, rest of the plumage is chesnut-rufous, and below darknest. Whit short, scattered, and bristly black feathers. Bill black with a silver line, and legs dark gray. Females are above olive-green and below bright yellow.

Common Name: Three-wattled Bellbird
Scientific Name: Procnias tricarunculatus
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