The Becard-green is a passerine bird in the family Tityridae. Also known as billed thick.
Measured about 14.5 inches long. The male has the top of the black head, which is olive in the female.
Builds large spherical nest with the entrance facing to the side. The male part assiduously in building, carrying along the twigs female, broad leaves and grasses for the interior trim of the nest.
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