Brazilian name: sanhaçu-de-encontro-amarelo
|Parque do Zizo, São Paulo, Brazil
The Golden-chevroned Tanager is endemic to south-east Brazil from Salvador, Bahia south to Santa Catarina. It is found in the canopy and borders of the Atlantic Rain Forest.
The head and underparts are a rich violet-blue
while the back and is a dull blackish blue and the wings have a greenish
edge. The golden yellow patch on the shoulders is the feature that gives
the bird its English name.
|There are recordings and a distribution map on xeno-canto.|