The bay-headed tanager is a common passerine bird of medium size. This tanager breeds year-round in a wide range of locations, including Costa Rica, Panama, the southern part of South America (Ecuador, Bolivia, and northwestern Brazil), and Trinidad.
Powder blue-gray bird found in open and semi-open areas with larger trees and hedges, as well as in towns, villages, and gardens throughout the tropical and subtropical climates. Typically found high in trees where it may reach ripe fruit; also a frequent visitor to telephone poles.
This little, strange bird with an orange head can only be found in the Maraon drainage in northern Peru and far southern Ecuador. This tiny warbler-like bird is distinguished by its range-wide orange crown, grey back, buffy belly, and whitish face.
Tern, Lesser Crested
Tern, South American
Tit, Eurasian Blue
Tit, European Crested