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Neumann's Warbler

Urosphena neumanni

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Unusual short-tailed and big-headed warbler. The most obvious marks are the bold black, white, and olive-green stripes on the head. Found in the understory of middle-elevation montane forest, usually in thick, wet areas, as along streams. Most often detected by voice: a sequence of three whistles, “tseew tsee-tyout.” Most similar to Green Hylia, but much shorter-tailed.

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