Grayish Saltator

On average, the Greyish Saltator is 20 cm long and weighs 52 g. The plumage depends on age and subspecies, but in general this bird has grey or greyish-olive upperparts, a white stripe over the eye, a narrow white throat, a grey breast and a buff or cinnamon belly.

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

Grayish Saltators are partial folivores that rely on a "skimming" strategy of food consumption. Revue / Journal Title The condor ISSN 0010-5422 CODEN CNDRAB Source / Source 2007, vol. 109, no4, pp. More

* Grayish Saltator videos, photos & sounds on the Internet Bird Collection * "Grayish Saltator" photo gallery VIREO Photo-High Res-(Close-up) * "Grayish Saltator" photos from Suriname Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia. More

The Grayish Saltator, Saltator coerulescens, is a bird of the cardinal family. This species occurs in Mexico, Central America and South America, south to Peru and northern Argentina in open woodland, plains and scrub. There are 13 subspecies, several of which are considered as full species by some authors, mainly on the basis of vocalizations. On average it is 7.8 inches long and weighs 1.8 ounces. More

Grayish Saltator (Saltator coerulescens) by Ricardo Farquharson from Argentina XC13282 :: Grayish Saltator (Saltator coerulescens) = Recording data Recordist Ricardo Farquharson Date 20-11-06 Time 17:15 Country Argentina Location Calilegua, Jujuy Longitude W64.51'0" Latitude S23. More

* Grayish Saltator - Only at Pax and the Wildfowl Trust ( T ). * Or is the property of being robust yellow somehow distinct from the properties of being strong or moderate or grayish yellow? * This will give you an ethereal, almost grayish cast. * However, beyond the deserted village I glimpsed in the distance a sort of grayish mist that covered the mountaintops like a carpet. More

(Southern) Grayish saltatorBirds in Suriname = - (Southern) Grayish saltator, Saltator gris, Saltator gris More

its cousin the Grayish Saltator is found in the coastal area. Each small square indicates the observation of at least one (group) of these birds, the medium ones at least 4 observations on different days and the largest ones 10 or more. The color of each square indicates: blue for coastal area, yellow for savanna and red for rainforest. More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Cardinalidae
Genus : Saltator
Species : coerulescens
Authority : Vieillot, 1817