Rufous-bellied Saltator (Saltator rufiventris) | Avelgood Apps

The Rufous-bellied Saltator ‘s plumage is mostly blue-gray with orange underparts from the lower breast to the undertail coverts. There is a long white stripe over the eye. The bill is gray except that the base of the lower mandible is flesh-colored.

Habitat and Distribution

This bird is found in a few areas in the eastern Andes of southern Bolivia and extreme northern Argentina. It occurs mostly at altitudes from 3000 m to 4000 m. Its habitat is open land, including cultivated land, that has patches of scrub, alder trees, or Polylepis trees.

Feeding

 

Breeding

 

Calls and Songs

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