Brilliantly colored in a delicious combination of yellow and glossy sky blue this is undoubtedly one of the world’s most beautiful birds

The fantastic and unique Antillean bird type euphonia (Chlorophonia musica) has a black mantle and a glossy blue back.

With yellow underparts, rump, as well as its upper tail coverts.

Brilliantly colored in a delicious combination of yellow and glossy sky blue this is undoubtedly one of the world’s most beautiful birds

Black dominates the tail, flight tips, and upper surface of the wing area.

The wings, ear-coverts, side of something like the forehead, chin, throat are all dark violet, with a yellow forehead.

The sky blue on his forehead and nape runs all the way downward to his throat.

His beak is black, he has gray legs and feet, and his eyeballs are brown.

Females, therefore, in all populations of this species have yellow-greenish heads and wings, an azure crown, and an azure and wonderful nape.

Brilliantly colored in a delicious combination of yellow and glossy sky blue this is undoubtedly one of the world’s most beautiful birds

The beautiful design is completed with a gold covering on the brow.

Juveniles look like females, but are usually duller.

These birds may be found on all the main islands of the Lesser Antilles, together with Hispaniola (the Dominican Republic including Haiti) and Puerto Rico.

Antillean Euphonia thrives in habitats ranging from plains to mountainous regions.

It is also commonly found near frontiers and in disturbed areas with mistletoe.

They love to consume little fruits, especially hawthorn.

Small groups forage, migrating from clump to clump, whether on the wings or perched.

Brilliantly colored in a delicious combination of yellow and glossy sky blue this is undoubtedly one of the world’s most beautiful birds

The mating season seems to last from February to July, during which time a domed-shaped nest consisting of moss and small rootlets with a side entrance is built.

In epiphytes, this is typically concealed among the leaves.

Line a container with dried grass and greenery and place 3 to 4 white eggs featuring red to brown coloring within.

Both parents help with incubating, with the female doing the bulk of the work.

The young are fed by both parents and fly following 17 to 24 days.

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