Data for:
Bahia, Brazil
List:
Passeriformes > Cotingidae

Cinnamon-vented Piha

Lipaugus lanioides

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Identification

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A quite large thrushlike bird with a robust beak. Grayish and slightly scaling-looking on the head and back with browner wings and tail, and gray-brown underparts. Similar to Screaming Piha, but it is not uniformly gray. Found in the subcanopy of montane forests. Usually silent, but periodically makes a loud whistles “skeeo-skeeo skeeo-skeeo” with long intervals between bouts.

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