Birds of Colombia

    PASSERIFORMES: Cardinalidae (Cardinals & Allies)  
Genus: Habia (4 species, 5 worldwide)


Crested Ant Tanager
Crested Ant Tanager (Habia cristata) ENDEMIC
ProAves Tangaras Reserve, El Carmen de Atrato, Choco, Colombia
  The male is redder than the female.
   
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Seen in small groups in humid and riparian (river) forests. Male is redder.

Red-throated Ant Tanager
Red-throated Ant Tanager (Habia fuscicauda) Male
Soberania National Park, Panama  
   
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Red-throated Ant Tanager
Red-throated Ant Tanager (Habia fuscicauda) Female
Metropolitan Park, Panama City, Panama  
   
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Sooty Ant Tanager
Sooty Ant Tanager (Habia gutturalis) Near Threatened ENDEMIC
La Victoria, Caldas, Colombia  
   
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Found in understory of mature forest. Male and female similar.

Red-crowned Ant Tanager
Red-crowned Ant Tanager (Habia rubica vinacea) Male
Fortuna Forest Reserve, Panama  
   
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Red-crowned Ant Tanager
Red-crowned Ant Tanager (Habia rubica) Female
Fortuna Forest Reserve, Panama  
   
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