The bird in question possesses a chestnut crown and distinct features such as green and black wings, yellow underparts, black facial stripe, blue shoulder patch, and a red patch beneath its tail. Despite its vibrant appearance, this species can easily blend in while foraging on the forest floor. Typically found in rainforests, it does migrate seasonally and can be spotted near the coast during winter, including in mangroves. Its loud and recognizable call of “walk to work” is a common sound heard in rainforests where it resides, often heard before it is seen. It may also call from high up in the canopy.
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