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Long-billed Woodcreeper

Nasica longirostris

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This large and unmistakable woodcreeper is widespread across much of Amazonia. It has a long pinkish bill, white throat, and distinct white streaking on the neck and breast. Typically found singly or in pairs in the mid-levels and canopy of lowland forest and edges, often near water. Frequently detected by voice; listen for its series of long, plain whistles, often at dawn or dusk.

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