Friday, January 21, 2000

One-colored Becard at Rio Mono

Jan Axel Cubilla found a male One-colored Becard scolding from a fruiting tree at the first bridge after the Bayano, on the road to Darién. It was similar to the White-winged Becard, but clearly lacked the white wingbars. The One-colored Becard is usually thought of as a Darién specialty, but actually it is commoner on the Bayano River Valley.

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