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Birds | May 4, 2023 3:00 PM | hangbony

Crimson-collared Tanager

Small Mesoamerican songbird Ramphocelus sanguinolentus is known as the Crimson-collared Tanager. Adult plumage is black with a crimson collar encompassing the nape, neck, and breast, and is an average length of 19-20 cm (7.5-8 in). The tail coverts are all red as well. The legs are a light shade of blue-gray, and the beak is an eye-catching pastel blue.

While generally duller than men, females can occasionally blend in. The only differences between juvenile birds and adults are the dull red hood, brownish-tinged black spots, and mottled red and black breast.

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