Yellow-scarfed Tanager Iridosornis reinhardti
Yellow-scarfed Tanager, Abra Patricia, San Martin, Peru, October 2018 - click for larger image Abra Patricia, San Martin, Peru
October 2018

The Yellow-scarfed Tanager is endemic to Peru where it is found on the eastern slope of the Andes where it is found in humid montane forest and elfin woodland at between 2,000 and 3,700 metres. See the distribution map at Birdlife International.

It feeds mainly on berries and small fruits and forages within the cover of the small trees of its habitat.

Johannes Theodor Reinhardt was a Danish zoologist and Director of the Natural History Museum of Copenhagen.

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