Blue Dacnis

It occurs in forests and other woodlands, including gardens and parks. The bulky cup nest is built in a tree and the normal clutch is of two to three grey-blotched whitish two eggs. The female incubates the eggs, but is fed by the male.

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Original source: SAÍ-AZUL (Dacnis cayana)
Author: Dario Sanches from SÃO PAULO, BRASIL

The Blue Dacnis is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

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Blue Dacnis (Dacnis cayana) (Linnaeus, 1766) summary taxon grid map Wikipedia NatureServe Google: Web|Scholar ITIS Birdlife Google|Flickr Xeno-Canto - photo: Celi Aurora Photo powered by flickr.com. More

The Blue Dacnis or Turquoise Honeycreeper, Dacnis cayana, is a small passerine bird. This member of the tanager family is found from Nicaragua to Panama, on Trinidad, and in South America south to Bolivia and northern Argentina. It is widespread and often common, especially in parts of its South American range. Adult female It occurs in forests and other woodlands, including gardens and parks. More

* Blue Dacnis, Dacnis cayana * Viridian Dacnis, Dacnis viguieri * Scarlet-breasted Dacnis, Dacnis berlepschi * Turquoise Dacnis, Dacnis hartlaubi (formerly in Pseudodacnis) Stub icon This article about a tanager is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v • d • e Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia. More

The Blue Dacnis (Dacnis cayana) is common in the sunlit forest canopy, at forest edges, and in second growth forests in the Pacific lowlands and lower foothills of Costa Rica, and although it is a resident there, the Blue Dacnis is uncommon in the Caribbean lowlands of Costa Rica. This beautiful bird ranges from Honduras in Central America to Ecuador and Argentina in South America. More

The Blue Dacnis’s call is a fruit thin tsip or tsri. - CatherineD, Argus, bikefifty, tuslaw, oscarromulus, albert, ramthakur, Gert-Paassen, CeltickRanger, xTauruSx, bahadir, valy67, eng55, red45, siggi, JORAPAVI, techranger, Luis52, elif, Morigann, boreocypriensis, haraprasan, Juyona, maurydv, crs, tomcezar, eqshannon, marmottelolo, ppmiranda, brunorsantana trouve(nt) cette note utile Only registered TrekNature members may rate photo notes. Ajouter Critique Seuls les membres de TrekNature enregistrés peuvent rédiger des critiques. More

15 March 2010 12:12 Blue Dacnis - Dacnis cayana Photo copyright: monacoeye • Do not copy • Images: Itatiaia Ubatuba November 2009 Bird name: Blue Dacnis Latin: Dacnis cayana Other: Turquoise Honeycreeper • Saí azul (Br) Family: Thraupidae • Tanagers The Blue Dacnis is a widespread tanager found in much of South and Central America, including nearly all of Brazil. It will visit fruit feeders and sometimes even tries nectar feeders. More

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Blue Dacnis (Dacnis cayana) - 5 photos 1 Male, Panama. December 2000. 2 Male, Panama. December 2000. 3 Male, Panama. December 2000. 4 Female, Panama. December 2000. 5 Female, Panama. December 2000. More

The Blue Dacnis is 12.7 cm long and weighs 13 g. It has a relatively short bill compared to other honeycreepers. The adult male is turquoise blue with a black forehead, throat and back. The wings and tail are black edged with turquoise. The female and immature are mainly green with a blue head, paler green underparts and green-edged brown wings. More

The Blue Dacnis’s call is a fruit thin tsip. References * BirdLife International (2004). Dacnis cayana. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN 2006. Retrieved on 12 May 2006. Database entry includes justification for why this species is of least concern * ffrench, Richard (1991). A Guide to the Birds of Trinidad and Tobago, 2nd edition, Comstock Publishing. ISBN 0-8014-9792-2. * Hilty, Steven L (2003). Birds of Venezuela. London: Christopher Helm. ISBN 0-7136-6418-5. More

The Blue Dacnis’s call is a fruit thin tsip. More

The Blue Dacnis's call is a fruit thin tsip. - ABOUT ME More

Blue Dacnis Dacnis cayana = Described by: Linnaeus (1766) Alternate common name(s): None known by website authors Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors Photographs Napo Wildlife Center, Ecuador - Jan 10, 2006 More

Blue Dacnis, Dacnis cayana, Saí-azul - click to open Lat: Dacnis cayana Port: Saí-azul Described by Linnaeus in 1766 See: Birds in Brazil, H. Sick - pg 583 See: Birds of South America, Ridgely/Tudor, V 1, pg 213 Photo from Itatiba, Brazil - Aug 2005. More

The Blue Dacnis territory virtually coincides with that of the Green Honeycreeper but with the addition of the Brazil interior and south through Paraguay to northeast Argentina. There is also a small presence in Honduras and Panama. Generally, their range is below 1000 m. Food: The three species are mainly frugivorous feasting on locally available fruit but will add insects and other invertebrates to their diet. More

Blue Dacnis / Dacnis azul Dacnis cayana Dacnis cayana ultramarina Photo by Ramon Fernandez Frances. Blue Dacnis frequent the sunny canopy areas of the forest, from where they descend to the open areas with a few bushes and trees, near to the forest. Some authors report altitudinal migrations, while other authors report the species as an uncommon specie. More

Blue dacnisBirds in Suriname = - blue dacnis male dacnis cayana male and female blue dacnis blue dacnis female First a photo of a male Blue Dacnis, made by Foek Chin Joe in Suriname, then two photos of (a pair of) the Blue dacnis, made by N. Takano (personal museum of natural history, his copyright as with all the other photographers) on the Brownsberg in August 2004. More

The blue dacnis can be found at an altitude up to 1200 metres at the edge of wet tropical forests, in open woodland, in brush and in secondary forests from Nicaragua south to Argentina. Ecology, behaviour They usually travel in couples or in small family groups. Occasionally they fly with flocks of tanagers. The female is generally silent but occasionally makes a small, high pitched tsit. More

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Author: Arthur Chapman
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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Thraupidae
Genus : Dacnis
Species : cayana
Authority : (Linnaeus, 1766)
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