*This Blue-winged Tanager has "stiff legs" meaning they do not bend. He is able to fly and eats just fine.
Scientific Name Anisognathus somptuosus
The blue-winged Mountain Tanager is native to South America, where it is found in Bolivia, Columbia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela and Brazil.
Blue-winged Mountain Tanagers build a cup-shaped nest in which the female lays 3-5 eggs. Males and females both share nesting responsibilities.
The Adult has a yellow crown, is yellow below and black above with blue patch on shoulder and blue edges on wing and tail feathers.
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