Silver-beaked Tanager (7") - Ramphocelus carbo
Adult males are velvety crimson black with a deep crimson throat and breast. The upper mandible of the bill is black, but the enlarged lower mandible is bright silver in appearance. The bill is pointed upwards in display. The female is much duller, with brownish upperparts, reddish brown underparts and a black bill.
Song a quiet, wheezy, repetitive series of short phrases "churee-chew chi chi churee-cew"
Call is a thin, rising wheezey "zweet" and a frequently low metallic "chep".