|Hooded Tanager (Nemosia pileata)
|Palmarí, Amazonas, Brazil
The Hooded Tanager is distributed from the Caribbean coast of Colombia to northern Argentina though it is missing from the north-western part of the Amazon Basin.
|It is found in light woodland, gallery forest and plantations while in the Amazon Basin it is seen in várzea woodland and forest borders.|
|It has yellow legs and a yellow iris. The male's head and sides of the neck are black giving the hooded appearance while the lores are white. Remaining upperparts are blue-grey while underparts are white.|
There is an illustration in Ridgely & Tudor, Volume 1, Plate 11.