Wednesday, June 14, 2017
WHITE-LINED TANAGERS, ASA WRIGHT NATURE CENTRE, ARIMA, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
The first three photos are of a male White-lined Tanager and the last two of a female. We can ID the male White-lined Tanager by its glossy black color, small white patch on the wings and bill with a darker upper mandible and a lower mandible whitish at the base. The female is entirely rufous in color.
The White-lined Tanager is a new species to our Photographic Life List, which now stands at 527.