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Green Honeycreeper
Background information
Taxonomy Birds
Status Least Concern
Range Southern Mexico
Northwestern Peru
Central Bolivia
Southeastern Brazil
Habitat Rainforest
Feathers, fur Black hood (male)
Turquoise Body (male)
Grass green body (female)
Black primary flight feather
Yellow lower mandible
Black tail
Black tarsus

Green Honeycreepers are brightly colored tanagers found in Central America downward to Southeastern Brazil. They are found singly or in pairs. They often forage in flocks, mixed with other tanager species. Green Honeycreepers mainly feed on fruits and sometimes small insects and nectar.

In Rio, a Green Honeycreeper is seen in the Centro de Conservaçāo Ambiental's treatment room. He flew to Tulio's right arm and sat there, watching him doing his 'Big Mama Bird' feeding.

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