Habitat: The Cinnamon becard is common in woodland, forest borders and clearings with scattered trees habitats. They can also be found in mangroves. Distribution: This species has been reported from southeastern Mexico to northwestern Venezuela and western Ecuador. Natural History Notes: The calls include high thin whistles. The males' song is ascending and may sound like "dee dee dee dee dee dee". They feed on large insects and spiders, and sometimes on berries. Conservation status according to IUCN 2008 Red list: Least Concern (LC). It is a resident species. Characteristics: The total length of this species is 5.5 inches (measured from tip of bill to end of tail). This bird has a chestnut-red plumage on the above, with a darker colored crown on top of the head. We can also distinguish the lores that are bordered by a pale beige coloration. The below of the body is cinnamon-beige with a whitest coloration on the throat.