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In a Square in São Paulo | by Ronaldo Vieira de Carvalho
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In a Square in São Paulo

"Bem-te ví" is a bird of the Tyranid family - Pitangus sulphuratus.


It is one of the most popular birds that does not arrive very much at the houses but we find it, both in the countryside and in the parks of the cities, perched on a branch spying on what is happening in the neighborhood.

The name "Bem-te-ví" is onomatopoeic of its song that seems to say "well I saw you" in Portuguese.


São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.

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Uploaded on June 29, 2020