Yellow-billed Cotinga

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Yellow-billed Cotinga

The Yellow-Billed Cotinga (Carpodectes antoinae) is a resident breeder from Costa Rica to western Panama. It is most frequently found high on mangroves. Its size is 21 cm (8 inches) and its weight 98 g.

Males have a crown very pale bluish-gray, back, rump, and tail white. Wings and upperparts are white. Its bill is bright yellow and its legs are blackish. Females have crown and forehead dark ash-gray, wings a tail black and throat and breast pale gray. Its diet is based on fruits, mistletoes, and melastomes.

Common Name: Yellow-billed Cotinga
Scientific Name: Carpodectes antoniae
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