Dingy-looking antpitta restricted to cloud forest in Colombia’s central Andes. Plumage is mostly brown with whitish throat and belly. Brown breast band is often very indistinct. Similar to Tawny Antpitta, but has a pale belly and inhabits forest. Like many other antpittas, it spends most of the time on the forest floor where it is normally very difficult to see in the gloom. It usually visits a feeder in the Rio Blanco Ecological Reserve near Manizales, where it is much easier to observe. Song is a three-note series, and each note is higher than the last.