The Pink-headed Warbler Ergaticus versicolor is an endemic New World warbler found in the southwestern highlands of Guatemala and the highlands of the Mexican state of Chiapas. According to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species it is classified as Vulnerable: "This species has a small range, which is declining in response to continuing deforestation. Remaining habitat is small enough to qualify the species as Endangered, but it is classified as Vulnerable because there are recent records from more than five locations." The bird is rarest in Chiapas and becomes almost common at higher elevations in Western Guatemala according to the IUCN and the Guatemalan Birding Resource Center.It`head is pink with a red dot on the front.It`s body is red.
- BirdLife Species Factsheet.
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