Silver-beaked Tanager

Ramphocelus carbo
Conservation Status: Least Concern

The Silver-beaked Tanager is a common resident of forested areas on Trinidad. Males are deep velvety red with a large, silver-blue bill. Females are more muted but retain a reddish hue. They eat fruit as well as insects. Silver-beaked Tanagers are not found on Tobago.

Length: 16-17 cm
Weight: 23.5-37.5 g
Silver-beaked Tanager, male, Apr 2018

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