- Private bathroom with hot and cold water
- Breakfast included
- Cable TV
- Window to the Garden
The fire-backed bullblood, flaming tanager, flame tanager or candela (Ramphocelus flammigerus) is a species of passerine bird of the Thraupidae family, found in forests and wooded areas of western and central Colombia, up to 2,100 m of altitude.4
It measures on average 19 cm in length. It presents sexual dimorphism. The male is velvety black with a scarlet red spot on the back; the chest and rump orange to red and the intense yellow belly. The bill is cobalt blue to silver or whitish with a black tip. The female has an olive brown back with dark spots; reddish orange rump; light yellow chest and belly.
It is generally in noisy groups of up to individuals. It feeds on fruits and insects. To court the female, the male raises his head towards her and shows the lower part of the bill slightly inflamed. Nests in low bushes. The female lays two blue eggs.
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