Green honeycreeper couple in Panama

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Green Honeycreeper Pair Flash Brilliant Plumages In Panama – Oct. 18, 2018

Take a break and enjoy this fancy pair of Green Honeycreepers on the Panama Fruit Feeder cam.

These brilliant tanagers are common and widespread, and they can often be found in pairs or foraging with mixed species flocks.

The male is a brighter, bluer green in color, with a broad black mask. Females are a more uniform yellowish grass-green.

Look for their yellow, decurved bills which they use to forage on fruit, nectar, and arthropods.

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The Panama Fruit Feeder Cam is a collaboration between the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the Canopy Family.

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