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Guianan Warbling-Antbird

Hypocnemis cantator

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Small antbird; most easily identified by conspicuously striped head, contrasting tawny flanks, and sluggish behavior. Most common in disturbed and secondary forests, at forest edges, and near treefall gaps. Almost always found in pairs and within a few meters of the ground; sometimes follows army ants and understory mixed-species flocks. Very vocal and not shy but can be hard to see well; often scolds observers while darting from perch to perch.

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