The Green Honeycreeper Have The Most Vibrant Combination Of Blue, Green, And Yellow

Green Honeycreeper

Some colors have an inexplicable appearance with most vibrating colors. They seem like the true wonders of nature. 

Green Honeycreepers are scientifically named the Chlorophanes Spiza. They are small birds in the tanager family and are most commonly found in the regions of Eastern Brazil. They have bright emerald plumage with radiant hints of blue. Green and Blue perfectly blend to make more obscure green and a delightful appearance of the bird.

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Their tail and upper wings are darker than the rest of their body, with black tinges on the flight plumes and feathers of the tail. 

The yellow bill with radiant green-blue body gives them a flamboyant appearance that one can never forget in his entire life.

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 Green Honeycreeper

To experience their wonderful sight, you have to find them in the tropical New World from southern Mexico south to Brazil and Trinidad.

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A study of the Tanager family published in 2014 depicts that the Green Honeycreeper and the Golden-Collared Honeycreeper were sister species.

Let’s read further to know more about this dazzling green bird.

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Meet this Green Honeycreeper flaunting its beauty.

They have a radiant green-blue plumage with dark wings and tails. The head of the Green Honeycreeper is covered with a dark black hood and crown.

They have vibrant bluish-green color on the throat and two sides of the chin.

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As is common in other bird species also, female Honeycreepers don’t have the same color as males. They have dull green plumage which becomes more blurred at the bottom side.

 Green Honeycreeper female

Both males and females have red eyes.

Look at the Juvenile Green Honeycreepers.

 Green Honeycreeper juveniles

Look at the yellow beak of Green Honeycreepers.

Green Honeycreeper

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They have pointed sharp and straight yellow bills. 

The breeding season of the Green Honeycreepers occurs between February to August. 

Mainly their diet comprises fruits, but they also love to have nectar from flowers. Occasionally they eat insects or bugs which stick to their bills.

 Green Honeycreeper feeding on fruits

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Birds are one among several lovely creatures of nature. We can admire nature’s creativity after looking at this dazzling Green Honeycreeper. We should protect these wonderful birds so that we and our upcoming generations also get the chance to see them.

 

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