What a wonderful colours
He is huge for his species and covered from head to tail in a stunning combination of azure blue and olive green!
The Thraupidae family of tanagers includes the blue-capped tanager (Sporathraupis cyanocephala).
These birds have an eye mask that is dark, a blue head and neck, and an olive-yellow tail.
These birds have gray underparts, including the neck.
The tibial area, vent, and underside of the tail coverts are yellow.
Both sexes have a similar appearance and are hard to tell apart.
They can only be found in Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela, Trinidad & Tobago, and Bolivia.
On the eastern slopes of the northern Andes, scrub, broken-canopy, and secondary woodlands, as well as damp to wet cloud forests, are home to blue-capped tanagers.
The blue-capped tanager primarily eats fruit, although it has also been seen doing aerial sallies to catch flying insects.
The methods of reproduction of these animals are not well known.
It is known that they breed between June and October, building a cup-shaped nest composed of twigs, fibers, moss, and bark around eight meters above the ground.