The swallow tanager (Tersina viridian) is found widely throughout South America, from Panama to n. Argentina.
The swallow tanager (Tersina viridis) is a genus of tanager. It contains a single species, the swallow tanager.
The species is dimorphic. The the female is a yellow-green, and the male Swallow Tanagers are shining turquoise blue, with a broad bill and black on the forehead and throat.
A high, slightly blurred or buzzy and metallic “tza-link”
Breeding Swallow Tanagers:
They breed in tree holes and therefore like cavity type nests.
Diet for Swallow tanager:
Paradise Earth Softball Blend, fresh fruit and dried insects.