Small and incredibly nondescript honeyguide. Note the small, sharp bill and the white outer tail feathers. Found in a variety of woodlands and savannas. Generally uncommon and inconspicuous. Calls are a long, dry trill and an explosive “tzit” given in flight. Very similar to Green-backed Honeyguide, but has a brown rather than olive-green back. Separated from other honeyguides by its small bill.