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Saltador rayado

Saltator striatipectus flavidicollis

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Ali Hemati Pour
Ali Hemati Pour 8 years ago


kayograco 8 years ago

Liam, you're "the" Ranger ;) Thanks!

Liam 8 years ago

Your second photo shows a juvenile Greyish Saltator, Saltator coerulescens. They are within range -

kayograco 8 years ago

I spoted another flycatcher today, in the same place (look at second photo), and I think is the same species as the leucistic one. I saw them together today, so it must be a gragarious species. Although it resembles Tachyphonus and Saltatore, none of this live in the area.

rubens.luciano 8 years ago

Leucistic Tachyphonus coronatus ?

keithp2012 8 years ago

Please add to rare color morphs mission

harsuame 8 years ago

Bella ave

Liam 8 years ago

Whatever it is, it's highly leucistic. Leucism is sort of like a lesser case of albinism. The pigment in the feathers is decreased or absent.
I'd guess the bird is a Saltator of some sort.

Jellis 8 years ago

very pretty

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Santander, Colombia

Spotted on Dec 13, 2012
Submitted on Dec 13, 2012

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