Yellow Faced Grassquit
Birds of Panama - large bird
The Yellow-faced Grassquit
(Tiaris olivaceus) is a passerine
bird from the Central American
tropics and surrounding regions.
This species feeds mainly on grass
seeds, but also takes other seeds,
berries and some insects. Food is
typically plucked from the
inflorescences directly, or gathered
from the ground. Animal prey is
hunted among foliage in a New World
warbler-like fashion. For
more details from Wikipedia about
Yellow Faced Grassquit please see this
This image was taken in El Valle, Panama.
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