Tangara guttata, also known as the Speckled Tanager, is a small passerine bird found in the forests and woodlands of South America, including the Amazon Basin, the Andes, and the Atlantic Forest.
The Speckled Tanager has a distinctive and colorful plumage, with a bright blue head, a yellow-green back, and a speckled black and white underparts. It has a thick, conical bill, which it uses to feed on fruits and insects.
The Speckled Tanager is known for its sweet and melodious song, which is a series of clear and high-pitched notes. It is often found in small groups, which can include other species of tanagers and finches.
Although the Speckled Tanager is not considered to be threatened, its population is declining due to habitat loss and fragmentation. Its conservation status is currently listed as “Least Concern” by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).