Pinzón Oliva/Olive Finch/Arremon castaneiceps

Nombre en español: Pinzón Oliva

Nombre en ingles: Olive Finch

Nombre científico: Arremon castaneiceps

Familia: Emberizidae

Foto: Julian Zuleta

Canto: Andrew Spencer

El cerquero capirrufo o pinzón oliváceo (Arremon castaneiceps)​ es una especie de ave paseriforme de la familia Passerellidae propia de los Andes septentrionales. Anteriormente se clasificaba en el género Lysurus.3

Distribución y hábitat

Se encuentra únicamente en los Andes de Colombia, Ecuador y Perú donde habita en los bosques tropicales de montaña húmedos.

Olive finch

The olive finch (Olive Finch is well named for its principally olive green plumage; otherwise the crown and nape are chestnut, and the face and throat are dark gray, while the wings and tail are duskier than the rest. The South American representative of the subgenus Lysurus, Olive Finch occurs in the Andes of Colombia to Ecuador in the west, and from southern Colombia to Peru in the east. Everywhere, the species appears to be uncommon and local, although it is also unquestionably the case that Olive Finch is decidedly unobtrusive and probably easily overlooked. It inhabits humid montane forest, with a marked preference for dense tangles at forest edges and in ravines.) is a species of bird in the Passerellidae family. Until recently, it was placed in the genus Lysurus.[

It is found in the Andes of Colombia, Ecuador and far northern Peru where its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.

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