Black-capped Donacobius

I his marsh-dwelling bird feeds on insects. It is usually hidden in the vegetation, but when disturbed, it flics to a prominent perch and boldly scolds the intruder. In display, pairs sing together, while-each bird bobs its head and wags its tail.

• NliST A deep, bulky structure made of marsh vegetation, usually built in the foliage, low over water.

• Distribution From extreme tip of F. Panama to N.E. Argentina.

• Remark This is the largest wren species in the world.

staring eye very long legs

• typical alert pose

Plumage Scxes ,Mkc


Migration Non-migRint


Cinnyeerthia unirufa

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