This birds scintillating two-tone color combination is brought sharply into focus by a startling dazzlingly white throat

This two-tone bird is distinguished by its slim form, which is brought into clear focus by a stunning white neck.

This birds scintillating two-tone color combination is brought sharply into focus by a startling dazzlingly white throat

The white-throated manakin (Corapipo gutturalis) is a little bird with a mostly black body and a white neck that extends all the way down to his upper chest.

The female is green on top and gray on the bottom.

They are a quiet bird that may occasionally be seen if you get a sight of their white neck.

The white-throated manakin is native to Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname, and Venezuela.

They love to damp lowland wooded regions that are subtropical or tropical.

This birds scintillating two-tone color combination is brought sharply into focus by a startling dazzlingly white throat

These birds search for insects and fruit up in the trees. In airborne sallies, insects are collected on the wing.

During the breeding season, White-throated Manakins (Corapipo gutturalis) congregate around a log, where males bob and pose to impress a potential partner.

Following a successful show, they construct a cup-shaped nest of moss.

And plant fiber in a tree fork about 8 meters above ground level.

This birds scintillating two-tone color combination is brought sharply into focus by a startling dazzlingly white throat

It is attached to twigs with cobwebs and lays a clutch of up to two eggs.

Because of its unusually vast distribution, this species does not approach the Vulnerable limits under the range size criterion.

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