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Squirrel Cuckoo - Piaya cayana
Piaya cayana (Cuculiformes - Cuculidae) is a large arboreal cuckoo up to 50 cm with a very long, graduated tail. This bird is commonly known as Squirrel Cuckoo due to its coloration and the fact that its movements in trees resemble those of a squirrel at first glance.
The Squirrel Cuckoo vocalizes infrequently, but has a remarkable variety of loud, distinctive calls. The species is widespread in the Neotropics, ranging from northern Mexico south to Panama; and, in South America, south west of the Andes to northwestern Peru; and, east of the Andes, south to northern Argentina.
Photo credit: ©Jeff Dyck | Locality: Taracoa, Orellano, Ecuador (2014)
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