Data for:
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
List:
Passeriformes > Troglodytidae

Long-billed Wren

Cantorchilus longirostris

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Fairly large wren with a long tail and bill. Prominent white eyebrow contrasts with dark brown crown and paler throat. Rusty above and buff below; the tail and wings are dark barred. Found at the edges of dense forests, second growth, light woodlands, and mangroves where it is usually difficult to see. The song, usually delivered in duet, consists of a loud combination of melodic whistles.

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