Chestnut-bellied Mountain Tanager  
  (Delothraupis castaneoventris)  
  
       Recorded by Andrew Spencer on 2013-08-20
Bolivia, Corani Aqueduct Road, Cochabamba
Comments: call, song.   natural vocalization; calls from one of a pair perched in brush at the edge of tall high-elevation yungas forest, and then song as it gave a short flight display with exaggerated slow wingbeats.     bird-seen:yes     playback-used:no       Citation: Andrew Spencer, XC146962. Accessible at www.xeno-canto.org/146962.

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