CobɑlT BƖue Coɑt, JeT Black Scarf, And Bright YeƖlow Crown, the Golden-crowned tanɑger Is A Breathtaking Flying Gem Of Nɑture

CobɑlT BƖue Coɑt, JeT Black Scarf, And Bright YeƖlow Crown, the Golden-crowned tanɑger Is A Breathtaking Flying Gem Of Nɑture

This bird wears his suit of cobalt blue and bright yellow crown with pride, almost as if he knows he is by far the best dressed off his species. You can watch the video of this stunning blue bird at the end of the article.

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I just love cobalt blue. This blue shade is so eye-searing, making humans and creatures in it conspicuous. Additionally, this color only combines harmoniously and beautifully with several colors, bright yellow and jet black, for instance. What will happen if these three colors turn up on a bird’s plumage? That gorgeous flying creature will certainly be at the center of attention whenever they appear.

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The golden-crowned tanager is among these strikingly beautiful birds. Most of its body is covered with charismatic cobalt blue, except for the bright yellow crown and jet black head and neck. There are also yellow feathers on its rump and black feathers on its blue tail.

 

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The golden-crowned tanager is a species of bird in the Thraupidae family. It’s native to Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela. These birds feed mainly on seeds, fruits, nectar, flower parts. As an omnivorous species, they also seek insects for food. They distribute on opposite sides of the Marañon Valley in Peru. They are commonly found in subtropical and or tropical moist montane forests.

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The breeding season is from March through to June in temperate areas, with males showing off their brightest feathers to potential mates and possible male rivals. A nest is built by the female in an area with dense vegetation where a clutch of up to five eggs is laid. She alone incubates the eggs with the male kicking in to help feed the young once they have hatched.

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Even though this bird is uncommon in its range, due to the exten of its range it is regarded as of Least Concern on the IUCN Red List. If you fall in love with the cobalt blue, bright yellow and jet black plumage of these golden-crowned tanagers, just introduce them to your family and friends. Nature is amazing.

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