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Great Kiskadee / Pitangus sulphuratus
Great Kiskadee Pitangus sulphuratus

The Great Kiskadee (Pitangus sulphuratusis) one of the most typical birds of Latin America, they’re range extends from the south of Mexico to Argentina. It can also be found in areas of the South of Texas and also on the island of Trinidad.

Being one of the most popular Brazilian birds it is well known for its call and because it is found in both the rural and urban areas, having a huge capacity to adapt. In spite of having few weaknesses this species is very small and often bullied by other species. Threatened by hawks which invade their territory, the Great Kiskadee species feeds off of fruit and insects, they also play a major role in the dispersion of seeds.

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