Small stub-tailed wren of tropical woodland, commonest in drier areas, uncommon and local in humid areas. Often more visible than other small forest wrens, clambering at mid-levels in open understory. Note the ‘blank’ whitish face and broad whitish eyebrow, along with a fairly short tail that is often held cocked. Song is short pleasant warble, tiddle-ee or tiddle-ee-oo, simpler than songs of most wrens.
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